David Ruffley MP goes into business on Friday 13 May

Friday, 13 May, 2011

On Friday 13 May David Ruffley MP is appealing to local businessmen and businesswomen in Bury St Edmunds.

Mr Ruffley will be speaking at the Farmers Club lunch at 12.45pm in Bury at 10 Northgate Street on 'The Budget and the British Economy', with a specific focus on the Suffolk economy and the very latest figures Mr Ruffley has researched.

David Ruffley will then move on to meet with the Bury members of the Federation of Small Businesses at 2.30pm.

Mr Ruffley said, 'I am looking forward to meeting Suffolk businessmen and women of all ages in various business sectors to discuss important budget changes which are affecting the Suffolk economy.'

'I spoke in the Commons Budget debate about the dangers of inflation and the need to cut red tape on small and medium sized enterprise:


I also cross examined the Governor of the Bank of England in my Treasury Select Committee on extra lending to small and medium sized enterprises who are outside of London.


Holding meetings with local FSB members will be fruitful: they have 205,000 members across 33 regions and 194 branches and the FSB is a force to be reckoned with and their input valuable.