Tuesday, 14 March, 2006

This merged monstrosity will move police resources from rural areas to the region's city crime hotspots'

Saturday, 11 March, 2006

TENS of thousands of Britain's poorest pensioners, who were overpaid Pounds 130million in pension credits after Government blunders, will receive begging letters asking them to give the money back.

Saturday, 11 March, 2006

MINISTERS are preparing to write off almost all the £ 130 million paid in error to some of the poorest pensioners.

They made clear last night that in most cases they would not be pursuing overpayments.

Friday, 10 March, 2006

David Ruffley said: 'These figures show that Pension Credit overpayment has trebled in the last three years - from £40 million in 2001/02, to £50 million in 2002/03, £100 million in 2003/04 and now £130 in 2004/05.

Thursday, 9 March, 2006

David Ruffley MP has urged his constituents to show their support for Fairtrade produce during Fairtrade Fortnight which runs until 19 March.

Monday, 6 March, 2006

David Ruffley MP today added his support to calls for new ways to tackle climate change by generating more energy locally, through small-scale and eco-friendly means.

Monday, 6 March, 2006

David Ruffley MP has today expressed his concern that Suffolk's financially troubled PCTs and NHS Hospital Trusts may be facing fines for failing to balance their books by March 31 2006.

Monday, 6 March, 2006

These improvements were vital to road safety but when a project is completed six months late and well over budget questions have to be asked.'

Friday, 3 March, 2006

Issues vital to the future of Onehouse such as the environment, transport and future housing developments will be discussed and I anticipate a lively and stimulating dialogue with my constituents in the village.'

Tuesday, 28 February, 2006

David Ruffley MP will be joining Archie Robertson, Chief Executive of the Highways Agency, to officially open the A14 Rookery Crossroads on Friday 3 March 2006.