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Cross-party group established to deal with train issues

Cross-party group established to deal with train issues

Following a meeting earlier this year involving local MP Ed Davey, South Western Railway and Network Rail at their Basingstoke HQ in April, Ed has set up a group of cross-party MPs for the Wessex Railway Region in Parliament. The aim of the group is to hold SWR to account and to understand and lobby for investments needed in the railway to improve the service provided to commuters.

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Police mergers a ‘huge blow’ to local policing – Ed Davey MP

Police mergers a ‘huge blow’ to local policing – Ed Davey MP

Local MP, Ed Davey described the Mayor of London’s plans to merge police forces across the capital as a ‘huge blow’ to local policing.

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Ed Davey takes action on trains

Ed Davey takes action on trains

Local Lib Dem MP, Ed Davey, has met with top train managers from South Western Railway and Network Rail to demand action on the poor services to and from London Waterloo.

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Ed Davey's Christmas Message

Wishing you a Merry Christmas - thanks for you support all year round!

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Kingston’s schools in budget crisis

Kingston’s schools in budget crisis

Due to incompetence and underfunding by both Kingston’s Tory-run council and Conservative Government Ministers, the Dedicated Schools Grant fund in Kingston has a huge £11 million cumulative deficit.

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Ed welcomes Lib Dem victory on cold calling

Ed Davey has welcomed news that the government have finally accepted Liberal Democrat proposals to clamp down on cold calling. The changes will see tough new regulations on claims management companies who undertake cold calling. This is a victory for Liberal Democrat peers John Sharkey and Susan Kramer, who have been leading the charge against cold calling and follows a similar victory last week.

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About Ed Davey

Ed Davey has served as the Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton from 1997 to 2015, and since the General Election of June 2017. He was Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in 2012-15 and is currently Shadow Home Secretary for the Liberal Democrats.

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