Tuesday, 16 March, 2004

David Ruffley MP for Bury St Edmunds, today published new research compiled by Conservatives showing that the police authority levy on Suffolk's council tax bills has soared by 133% per cent under Labour. This year, the police precept is forecast to be £120 on Band D bills, compared to £51...

Tuesday, 16 March, 2004

David Ruffley has received calls from concerned constituents following Powergen's announcement that they are withdrawing electricity pre-payment tokens from sale in post offices from 1 April. This decision has caused alarm among Sub-postmasters and Powergen's customers alike.

Tuesday, 16 March, 2004

David Ruffley has been appointed a Whip in Her Majesty's Opposition Whips' Office by the Leader of Her Majesty's Opposition. This has widely been seen as a vote of confidence in David Ruffley's performance as a parliamentarian because appointment to the Whips'...

Tuesday, 9 March, 2004

David Ruffley has demanded a personal meeting with Tesco at their headquarters to continue his fight to secure the future of the Moreton Hall Post Office in the One Stop Shop in Lawson Place. This is under threat following the takeover by Tesco of the chain of One Stop Shops.

Tuesday, 2 March, 2004

Michael Howard has announced that he is withdrawing the support of the Conservative Party from the Butler Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction.

Friday, 27 February, 2004

What's the difference between the Central and Eastern A14 interchanges in Bury St Edmunds and a car park? The answer is by around 2010 there won't be any. The roundabouts will be gridlocked. Jammed up. As a car driver you might just as well put your handbrake on and sit there.

Tuesday, 17 February, 2004

David Ruffley today released the text of a letter to Sir Terry Leahy, Chief Executive of Tesco, which he has sent to more than 100 people who attended his personal public meeting last Friday evening at Sebert Wood Community Primary School.

Thursday, 12 February, 2004

Following concerns expressed by residents of Uvedale Court residential home in Needham Market regarding the safety of pedestrians in Coddenham Road, David Ruffley has called a meeting with Suffolk County Council to discuss the situation. The meeting with residents, which David Ruffley will...

Thursday, 12 February, 2004

David Ruffley today released a letter he has received following his letter to senior managers at Barclays Bank in the wake of concerns that their branch in Needham Market was under threat.

Thursday, 12 February, 2004

Following complaints from constituents, David Ruffley has written the following letter to Mike More, Chief Executive of Suffolk County Council, regarding their decision to ban hanging baskets.