NEW LIBERAL DEMOCRAT LEADER IN PLACE BY MID-JULY

Sir Ed Davey and Mark Pack will remain joint acting party leaders until the election process is completed.

BBC News (Date:01/18/2020 23:41) Read full article >>

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Ed Davey PhotoEd Davey: Edward Jonathan "Ed" Davey MP FRSA is a British Liberal Democrat politician. He has been the Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton since 1997, and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change since 2012. He was previously the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department fo
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