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Davey welcomes results of ‘Big London Energy Switch’

Commenting on the news from Kingston Council today of the success of the latest ‘Big London Energy Switch’, Edward Davey MP said,

“I am delighted at the number of people who registered for this round of the Big London Energy Switch.  355 people from Kingston signed up to switch in this round, saving up to £182 a year.


The drive to help young people get jobs in Kingston will be boosted by plans to abolish employers’ National Insurance Contributions (NICs) for under 21-years-olds, Edward Davey MP said today (Thursday, December 5).

Davey takes questions from Richard Challoner 6th Form Students

On Friday 29th November Edward Davey, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton visited Richard Challoner School to take questions from a group of 6th form students.

The questions asked were on a variety of topics from those related to Edward’s work as a local MP, to those about nuclear and renewable energy to tuition fees.

Government action to help hardworking people with energy bills

British households will benefit from proposals that will be worth £50 on average, thanks to government plans to reduce the impact of energy company price rises.

  • Households will see an average saving of £50 a year without reducing help to vulnerable households or sacrificing green commitments.
  • Plus £1,000 to spend on energy saving measures when you move home – helping p

A further £640 million to modernise and protect our Post Offices - Edward Davey MP

Liberal Democrat MP Edward Davey is welcoming the £640 million in additional funding to March 2018, announced yesterday by Liberal Democrat Post Office Minister Jo Swinson.  The funding will speed up and complete the modernisation of the Post Office Network and for the first time ever funding will also be made available to maintain smaller


  • Ribbon-cutting ceremony performed by Ed Davey MP
  • Modern open-plan retail environment
  • Opening hours extended by 12.5 hours a week
  • Post Office open seven days a week
  • Wide range of Post Office® services available
Surbiton Post Office, which has undergone a major refurbishment, has an official opening ceremony today, Friday 15 November.

Hinkley Point C – a big step forward for energy decarbonisation

Today I announced that we have reached an outline commercial agreement with EDF to build the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant in Somerset.

Keeping down household energy bills

Yesterday, I outlined why Labour’s energy policies would be bad for consumers, bad for tackling climate change and risk the lights going out.

Labour's energy policy is a con

“There is no such thing as a free lunch” was one of the first things I learnt in economics. But it seems that Ed Miliband thinks there is. He seems to believe that you can have freeze energy prices for 20 months with no adverse impacts. It may have seemed a politically smart thing to do leading into the traditional period of energy price increases.

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Local filmmaker Claude Green followed Edward for a year to show the variety of an MPs constituency work. See the trailer here.