Kingston residents demand a People's Vote

Local Liberal Democrats were out in force on Saturday asking residents in Kingston and Surbiton for their thoughts on Brexit.

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Kingston: Worst police response times in London

Kingston’s police response times WORST in London.

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"Passengers must come first" - Ed Davey

Local train services have been labelled “a scandal” by Kingston and Surbiton’s MP, Ed Davey, after 18 months of delays and cancellations.

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Huge disruption to commuters (again!)

Overrunning engineering works on Monday morning saw the closure of Surbiton station and badly affected many other routes into London Waterloo.

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Making Kingston Better, Together: Lessons from Reykjavik, Calgary and Detroit

Ed recently wrote an article for Berrylands Companion magazine about how local community groups can get involved with delivering improvements and have a say locally.

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Road Safety for all

Local MP Ed Davey has studied the case made by Kingston residents, and responded to the growing feeling that the narrow remit of the Government’s road safety policy must urgently be widened. 

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Congratulations to Kingston Hospital

Good news at Kingston Hospital Kingston Hospital is improving and has been rated “Outstanding” overall by the Care Quality Commission for the quality of its care.

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Ed continues fight for terminally ill homeless

Kingston and Surbiton's MP determined to fight for homeless people's rights to housing and healthcare

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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 (details of that meeting can be found here),  Ed has set up a group of cross-party MPs for the Wessex Railway Region in Parliament.

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Government must learn from Manchester report

Responding to the inquiry into the response to the Manchester terror attacks, Home Affairs Spokesperson, Ed Davey, said:

“Devasting attacks, such as the Manchester bombing, illustrate the importance in having well-funded and well-equipped emergency services.
“First responders should not be preoccupied by logistical errors, lack of communication and understaffing. Their focus must be on saving the lives of victims caught up in these attacks, and it is vital that the government learn from this report.”  

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