Friday, 3 September, 2004

David Ruffley will be paying a visit to Felsham Street Fair which is being held on Sunday, 5 September in the centre of the village. David will be arriving at 2.30 p.m. and will be escorted round the Fair by Mike Davis, Chairman of Felsham Parish Council.

Tuesday, 31 August, 2004

David Ruffley has been invited by Elizabeth Stowell, the organiser of the Moreton Hall branch of the Women's Institute, to speak to their members on Wednesday, 1 September at 8.30 p.m. in the Moreton Hall Community Centre.

Wednesday, 18 August, 2004

David Ruffley MP today welcomed the announcement by the Highways Agency that the contract for work on the A14 Rookery Crossroads has been awarded to Mowlem PLC. Work is now expected to start on this notorious blackspot in Mid September.

Wednesday, 11 August, 2004

David Ruffley MP has been personally invited by John Brill, the Moreton Hall Postmaster, to perform the official opening of the new Post Office in the Moreton Hall Community Centre on Wednesday, 1 September at 10.30 a.m.

Tuesday, 10 August, 2004

David Ruffley MP this week endorsed a series of policies to restore confidence in speed limits. The proposals announced by Conservatives tackle the controversial issue of speed cameras being used to generate income from the motorist rather than improve road safety. Instead, Conservatives have...

Tuesday, 10 August, 2004

John Prescott's Department has recently published new planning guidelines on countryside development, with small print that weakens existing planning protection against building on Suffolk's rural acres. David Ruffley MP warned that this would weaken local council's ability to...

Monday, 9 August, 2004

The traveller encampment off Norton Road near Woolpit has now become a national issue. David Ruffley was today reported in The Times expressing his concern. Mr Ruffley already last week asked some specific legal questions of Mid Suffolk District Council.

Tuesday, 3 August, 2004

David Ruffley has acted immediately following calls from constituents in Woolpit, Tostock and Elmswell concerned about the travellers who have set up an encampment in a field on the outskirts of Woolpit.

Friday, 30 July, 2004

Having analysed recently published Home Office crime statistics (for the financial year 2003/04) it is clear more robbers are going unpunished across the Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket areas. The detection rate for robberies has fallen by 8% to just 29% in the last year across the Western sector...

Wednesday, 28 July, 2004

David Ruffley MP this week pointed to new crime figures published by the Government as evidence that Labour have failed to be 'tough on crime'. The figures released by the Home Office on 20 July show that in the last year, violence against the person rose by 26% in Mid Suffolk and by...