Welcome to my website. As Kingston and Surbiton's MP, I represent all local people, no matter which party you support. I hope this site has the information you want – and more.

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Rt Hon Edward Davey, MP for Kingston & Surbiton and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change


** Please note that we have one main line for all calls to the Constituency Office - 020 8288 0161 - all previous phone numbers are no longer in use **


Webchat on Mumsnet

On Wednesday 13th February Edward Davey joined a webchat on Mumsnet.

You can read the conversation on this thread - his contribution begins on page 3.

“Energy We Can All Afford?”

A report from Save the World Club:

Save the World Club, with Transition Town Kingston, host informative “Energy We Can All Afford?” public meeting with The Rt Hon Edward Davey

A £600 Income Tax cut - making taxes fairer

From April, the Lib Dems will have cut many peoples Income Tax bills by £600-a-year.

We want this to become £700-a-year in this March’s Budget.

Edward Davey MP visits Christ Church School

Edward Davey MP visited Christ Church Primary School in Berrylands on Friday 8th February. 

Re-zoning campaign update

Edward Davey MP’s campaign to rezone Surbiton station to zone 5 has now reached a critical stage.

Edward has been meeting with ministers at the Department of Transport as well as the new Chief Executive of South West Trains, Tim Shoveller and is pressing for a decision this year.

Edward Davey MP congratulates Scope on Parliamentary Christmas display

Edward Davey MP has congratulated Scope, the charity who provide services to help improve the lives of disabled people and their families on the success of their Parliamentary Christmas display.  This display consisted of collecting stars made by local school children for a Christmas tree in Parliament. Each star contained a hope or a wish for disabled children.

How I voted on Same Sex Marriage

I joined most of my Lib Dem colleagues in voting for the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill at its second reading in the House of Commons on 5th February.

I think if a couple wish to declare their love and commitment to each other, I do not think the state should get in the way.

The Green Deal goes live

This article first appeared in Liberal Democrat Voice on 28th January 2013.

Today marks a very significant achievement of our party in Government. The Green Deal is being launched.

Diary Secretary/Caseworker

Edward Davey MP is seeking a Diary Secretary/Caseworker (maternity cover), working 30 hours per week.

For full details go to W4MP

Closing date for applications is 1 February 2013


Kingston and Surbiton MP Edward Davey has urged local residents to ‘Build a Bridge’ for Holocaust Memorial Day 2013 which takes place on Sunday 27th January.


Kingston and Surbiton MP has today addressed an assembly at Hollyfield School with the theme ‘My Life Journey’.

In this assembly Edward Davey spoke about what life as an MP and Cabinet Minister is like as well as what inspired him to go into politics in the first place.

Commenting, Edward Davey said,

Why we will never forget Frances Moseley

For many residents in Berrylands, and for me personally, 2012 ended on a rather sad note.  My friend and colleague Frances Moseley died after a lengthy battle with cancer.  I would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to Frances. 

How we can tackle rising energy bills

As we enter the first cold snap of the year there will inevitably be a focus on the rising cost of energy – particularly after there have been inflation busting increases in gas and electricity tariffs of 6-10% over the past few months.


On Saturday 15th December 2012 Edward Davey, Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton, awarded the prizes for his annual Christmas card design competition. 

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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.