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

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Local MP, Ed Davey described the Mayor of London’s plans, announced today, to merge police forces across the capital as a ‘huge blow’ to local policing. The changes replace the Met’s current 32 borough model with 12 Basic Command Units (BCUs), with Kingston police merging with Wandsworth, Merton and Richmond. 

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Ed Davey takes action on trains

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Ed meets with SWR executives

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Ed Davey's Christmas Message

Wishing you a fun and peaceful Christmas - thanks for your support this year!


"Train services must improve" - MP steps in

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Local Lib Dem MP Ed Davey has demanded and won an urgent meeting with new franchisee, South Western Railway, about the poor services to and from London Waterloo.

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Kingston’s schools in budget crisis

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Funding children’s education in Kingston has reached crisis point.

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Davey slams Government on rising crime figures



Ed Davey slammed the Government this week for their persistent cuts to community policing despite rising crime figures.

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Ed Davey speaks at the People's March for Europe



The People’s March for Europe is an independent pro-EU platform that unites under one banner the voices and organisations of the Remain Movement in the UK. On the 9th of September over 50,000 people marched through the streets of London to Parliament as part of the People’s March for Europe, all united in their vision to rethink and reject Brexit.


Ed welcomes Lib Dem victory on cold calling

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Local MP, Ed Davey, has welcomed news that the government have finally accepted Liberal Democrat proposals to clamp down on cold calling.

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Davey warns crime in London will keep rising unless Budget stops Met police cuts 

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Yesterday in Parliament, Ed Davey called on all London MPs to fight for a budget boost from the Chancellor for the Metropolitan police, as officer numbers are cut and crime increases in the Capital.

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Ministers must apologise for locking up of torture victims

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  • I have called on the government to apologise, after a high court judge ruled that hundreds of victims of torture have been wrongly locked up in immigration detention centres.
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