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  • MP highlights carers’ role

    MP highlights carers’ role0

    Surbiton MP Ed Davey has secured a parliamentary debate to highlight the role played by unpaid carers. He will be raising the issues of support for carers and Carers’ Week 2021 tomorrow afternoon (Thursday). Last year, Carers UK published a report for Carers’ Week which estimated an additional 4.5 million people had taken on caring

  • Sir Ed to run online advice surgery for small businesses

    Sir Ed to run online advice surgery for small businesses0

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    • 19th February 2021

    Self-employed? Freelance? Running a small business? MP Ed Davey (pictured left) is holding an online advice surgery and asks anyone in Surbiton, Berrylands and Tolworth who needs his help to make contact. It takes place via Zoom, or phone, on Thursday Feb 25 from 9am to 11am. Book a slot by emailing [email protected] “I know many

  • If you care, get a jab, says Surbiton MP Ed Davey

    If you care, get a jab, says Surbiton MP Ed Davey0

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    • 17th February 2021

    Ed Davey, has had his first jab. The Surbiton MP and leader of the Lib-Dems, announced the moment on Twitter today (Wednesday) saying: “Huge thanks to NHS teams across Kingston and the whole country working tirelessly to roll out the vaccine. “As a carer, I was jabbed this morning. If you’re one of the 10

  • Sir Ed elected as Lib Dem leader

    Sir Ed elected as Lib Dem leader0

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    • 28th August 2020

    Surbiton MP Ed Davey has become the new leader of the Liberal Democrats. Sir Ed beat fellow MP Layla Moran with almost twice the number of votes from party members. He secured 42,756 votes (63.5 per cent) to Ms Moran’s 24,564 (36.5 per cent). Sir Ed, who has been acting head of the party since the

  • How to survive crisis: Ed Davey

    How to survive crisis: Ed Davey0

    EXCLUSIVE: Surbiton MP Ed Davey – a former chair of the government’s emergency committee Cobra – speaks candidly about the coronavirus crisis   Kindness and volunteering will help Surbiton survive the current pandemic as the community rallies to support its most vulnerable residents. That’s the upbeat message from Surbiton MP Ed Davey, who describes himself

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