Tuesday, 31 January, 2006

David Ruffley MP this week voiced his concern at reports that local residents in Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket could face four-figure fines for not registering or keeping their details up to date with the proposed new ID Card Agency. It has been revealed that St Edmundsbury and Mid Suffolk...

Friday, 27 January, 2006

This ludicrously short consultation period is irresponsible and jeopardises the excellent level of policing we currently enjoy in Suffolk'

Tuesday, 17 January, 2006

The responses to my survey have been overwhelmingly against the regionalisation of our emergency services. The people of Suffolk, quite rightly, see this as just another attempt by this Government to introduce big Quango government via the backdoor.'

Tuesday, 17 January, 2006

David Ruffley MP has this week launched a new survey on his interactive survey website asking for his constituents views on recycling and energy waste. The survey can be accessed on his website tellDavidRuffley.com.

Monday, 16 January, 2006

David Ruffley MP has joined the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Stroke in the House of Commons.

Wednesday, 11 January, 2006

This year we can make a real difference to the environment by making every effort to recycle the vast amount of waste we produced over the festive period.'

Tuesday, 27 December, 2005

David Ruffley MP has this week given his support to the campaign to secure the future funding of Children's Hospices in East Anglia by adding his name to Early Day Motion 1258. This EDM sets out the challenges faced by our local Children's Hospices, based in Milton, Ipswich and...

Tuesday, 27 December, 2005

This meeting highlights the very real concern, felt across the county, that the NHS in Suffolk will face cutbacks of services.'

Monday, 19 December, 2005

Do the people of Suffolk really want to be thrown in with forces that are so very different and face vastly contrasting problems?'

Tuesday, 13 December, 2005

I look forward to seeing the important work they do which can save lives and rebuild families. I hope to receive some idea of how politicians can do more to support this essential community work.'