Continuing his focus on the importance of carers, Ed Davey has made this moving short film about one carer he recently met. … Read the full post »
Edward Davey was the Liberal Democrat MP for Kingston and Surbiton 1997-2015 and served as a Cabinet minister during the Coalition government. He regained his seat in 2017.
After standing unsuccessfully for the party leadership in 2019, he was elected party leader in 2020, defeating Layla Moran.
This year’s Black History Month has arrived at a time where the topics of identity, race, culture and equality rarely seem to be out of the national conversation. … Read the full post »
Ed Davey says that the government needs to go further and backs a circuit breaker lockdown. … Read the full post »
Europe. It’s still there. That’s both a geographic and a political observation. … Read the full post »
Watch the latest Liberal Democrat party political broadcast, featuring Ed Davey’s listening tour of the country. … Read the full post »
Ed Davey gave his first conference speech as Liberal Democrat leader today. Here’s what he said. … Read the full post »
The new Liberal Democrat leader is Ed Davey, after an election taking place against a backdrop of the party’s highest ever membership at the time of a leadership contest. … Read the full post »
Thank you to both Ed Davey and Layla Moran, and their campaign teams, for putting in such hard work to give members a choice in the leadership election. … Read the full post »
Both Ed Davey and Layla Moran have written for the Electoral Reform Society on the importance of electoral reform. … Read the full post »
Ballot papers have been sent to all Lib Dem party members. Here are details on how to get a replacement if yours didn’t arrive. … Read the full post »