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


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Liberal Democrats delivering radical reform to shared parental leave and flexible working

Ed Davey MP today welcomed Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minster, Nick Clegg’s announcement of radical reforms to parental leave, allowing both parents to share up to a year’s leave to look after their new-born children.

Statement by Edward Davey on the Filter Beds Planning Application public meeting on Thursday 8th November

There will be a public meeting about the Filter Beds planning application on Thursday 8th November 2012 at 8pm (refreshments from 7.30pm) at St Andrew's and St Mark's Junior School on Maple Road.  

National Trust ‘turns the screw’ in London with first hydroelectric turbine for the capital

Today, the National Trust started London’s first ever Archimedes Screw hydroelectric turbine at Morden Hall Park in south west London, in its continuing bid to harness greener energy at its properties.

Edward Davey MP visits Kingston Young Carers

Kingston and Surbiton MP Edward Davey visited Kingston Young Carers on Friday 2nd November where they were putting on a sports day at Tiffin Girls School as a part of their half term activities programme.  Mr Davey m

Edward Davey MP visits local schools

On Friday 19th October 2012 Edward Davey, Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton, visited Maple Infants School and St Andrews and St Marks Junior School. 

Firstly Edward Davey visited Maple Infants School where he was greeted by the School Council who asked him questions about what it was like to be an MP.  Edward Davey then read to the School Council and taught them about Worzel Gummidge.

580 apprentices started last year – Edward Davey MP

New figures from the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills show that across Kingston Borough 580 young people started an apprenticeship last year. This is an increase of 93% since the Coalition Government was formed.

Commenting, Edward Davey MP said:

Statement on Surbiton Filter Beds planning application

Surbiton's MP, Edward Davey, has this week confirmed he will be opposing the proposed development of the filter beds site by the Portsmouth Road in Surbiton. He has urged local people to back the campaign being organised by the Friends of Seething Wells, a community group with alternative ideas of how this enviromentally and historically special site can be conserved.

Edward Davey MP opens 'The Power Assessment and Training Centre'

The Energy Secretary, Edward Davey, member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton officially opened the expanded facilities at the Power Assessment and Training Centre on Friday 28th September 2012.  

The Power Assessment and Training Centre works as a partnership between Kingston and Carshalton Colleges. 

Edward Davey visits the Kingston Orchard Project

Kingston and Surbiton MP Edward Davey visited the Kingston Orchard Project on Friday 14th September.  Mr Davey met with the project co-ordinator, Anna Kwilecka and a number of volunteers including those from Kingston eco-op and and the Kingston branch of The Challenge.

Sunshine Ward Saved - Lib Dems stop “the inevitable”

Kingston Hospital’s children ward has been saved from closing after a major campaign this summer led by local MP, Edward Davey.

'I'm not for turning' - Conference speech, Autumn 2012

This is the text of my conference speech in full:

Conference, Liberal Democrats entered this Coalition - put aside party politics - for a very good reason. Our country was in a mess. And not any old mess. It wasn't some sort of short term financial hiccup. No. The morning after polls closed, we faced the most difficult decision in our party's history. To govern in coalition in the most difficult economic circumstances any British Government had faced in modern times.

Tory 'Tea Party tendency' putting green energy jobs at risk, warns Ed Davey

From The Observer:

Tens of billions of pounds of investment in low-carbon, job-creating energy infrastructure projects that are "ready to go" could be lost to Britain because of an anti-green movement that is sweeping through the Tory party, the Liberal Democrat energy secretary warns today.

Energy customers get switch rights under Ofgem plans

From BBC News:

Households with pre-payment meters who owe up to £500 to their energy supplier will be able to switch to cheaper deals with another firm under new measures.

Liberal Democrats to challenge Osborne on green targets

From The Telegraph:

Ed Davey, the Energy Secretary, and Danny Alexander, the Chancellor’s number two, will call for electricity to be made almost entirely from green sources such as wind farms and nuclear by 2030.

Ed Davey moves to shield renewables amid reshuffle

From the BBC:

The Energy Secretary Ed Davey has moved to defend renewables after the appointment of two anti-wind ministers in the reshuffle.

The new Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, and Energy Minister, John Hayes, both oppose wind farms.

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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.