Ed Davey MP is the Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton.
Ed Davey first became the Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton in 1997. He lost the seat at the 2015 general election, but regained it in 2017.
Ed Davey is Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton, in south west London.
Ed Davey MP became leader of the Liberal Democrats on 27 August 2002. He defeated Layla Moran in a ballot of party members.
You can find Ed Davey’s voting record in the House of Common on TheyWorkForYou.com. An important point to note is that the official Parliamentary records do not record when MPs are paired (e.g. because an MP has to attend a funeral and an MP on the other side agrees not to vote so that they cancel each other out and the funeral can be attended without altering the overall vote result).
Office address: 21 Berrylands Road, Surbiton, KT5 8QX (visitors by appointment only)
Phone: 020 8288 2736
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Yes. You can find Lib Dem leader Ed Davey at @EdwardJDavey.
You can find Ed Davey MP, leader of the Liberal Democrats, on Facebook at EdwardJDavey.
The Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey was born in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire in 1965.
Yes, the Liberal Democrat MP was knighted in 2016 for political and public service.
There are several plumbers with the name as Ed Davey, but none of them are leader of the Liberal Democrats.