Update on the Coronavirus Pandemic

Earlier today, the Prime Minister announced new measures for England that will come into force next week and last for the next six months in response to the growing rate of coronavirus infections. On top of the existing measures, these include: Office workers being asked to work from home if the...

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Supporting Carers in our Community

Supporting Carers in our Community

As we mark National Carers' Week, I want to recognise the important role of carers in our society – and call on the Government to give them a better deal, especially as the coronavirus has helped us recognised the true heroes of our community.

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

So I hope we will all show our personal solidarity with the Black Lives Matter campaigns – and not dismiss it as something only relevant for the US. Here in the UK, in recent times, remember Windrush. Stephen Lawrence. Grenfell. Mark Duggan. There’s still so much to do to tackle the scourge of ra...

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SUCCESS: Richmond Park Partially Reopened to Commuter Cyclists

Last month, I co-wrote to the Chief Executive of The Royal Parks asking them to reopen Richmond Park to commuter cyclists as soon as possible, and I'm pleased to say that the park will reopen from today (Tuesday, 2 June), albeit partially for now.

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Concerns raised about children returning to Kingston's schools en masse

As the Government encourages more children to return to school, Ed Davey MP is calling for more transparency so that parents and teachers can see, and be reassured by, the scientific evidence that has lead to this decision.

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Looking after your mental health during coronavirus

Ed Davey MP calls on the Government to ensure that there is a comprehensive strategy to protect and support people with their own mental health, and writes about what support is available in our area.

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About Ed Davey

Ed Davey served as the Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton from 1997 to 2015, and from June 2017 until the snap election was called in early November 2019. Ed has been re-elected in the GE2019, and he is now the Party Leader. Ed has been campaigning on key issues including stopping a harmful Brexit, Climate Emergency, and for local police and train services.

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