Wednesday, 22 February, 2006

This recommendation shows absolutely no regard for the wishes of local residents and, the serious concerns local councillors and I have expressed. This will set a worrying precedent for the proliferation of mobile masts in our town centre.'

Tuesday, 21 February, 2006

David Ruffley MP, the Shadow Minister for Welfare Reform, has today voiced his support for Suffolk's farming community in their competition against low quality foreign imports.

Tuesday, 21 February, 2006

This is an incredibly emotive issue and there are a number of points to be addressed by St Edmundsbury Borough Council including whether they will offer a public apology to those they have offended and if they will pay for the repair of any damage caused.'

Wednesday, 15 February, 2006

Chip & PIN technology represents a significant step forward in the fight against fraudulent use of credit cards. However, it is important that those with disabilities are not penalised because too little has been done to promote the alternatives.'

Monday, 13 February, 2006

Infobar will be an invaluable resource for people with learning difficulties or disabilities across the county.'

Tuesday, 31 January, 2006

I have now written to the Home Secretary to ask him if the £60 million cost of a police merger is the best use of taxpayers' money. I think the people of Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket would rather see more police on our local streets.'

Tuesday, 31 January, 2006

David Ruffley MP has added his name to Early Day Motion 989, which seeks to maintain high environmental standards in international trade.

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.'