I'm Dr Dan Poulter and for the past 8 years, it has been my privilege to be your dedicated and hard working local MP. I live locally near Framlingham, am a committed community campaigner and the people of Suffolk will always be my first priority.

I'm not a career politician and am a great believer in MPs having experience of working in the real world. So, when time permits, I continue to work on a part time basis as an NHS hospital doctor. It is the real life experience gained from my work as a doctor that helps to make me a better MP.

I care deeply about Suffolk and want to secure a better future for everyone in our community. But I can only do that with your help. That is why I am asking for your vote, to help me to continue to secure a better future for you, for your children and grandchildren.

Please feel free to get in touch if I can help you in any way.

Best wishes,

 

 

 

 

Dr Dan Poulter


18 JUL 2018

Festival Politics with John Pienaar at Latitude 2018

On Sunday 15th July, Dr Dan joined BBC's John Pienaar and fellow guests, for a special edition of Radio 5's Pienaar's Politics live from Latitude.


14 JUL 2018

Dr Dan judges local produce and Swilland and Witnesham Annual Produce Show

Dr Dan was pleased to visit the Swilland and Witnesham Village Produce Show on Saturday 14th July, where he very much enjoyed browsing the locally grown and homemade produce and meeting a number of visitors. Although a fun event, it was clear to see that the competition was hotly contested amongst local entrants, but all in all the event was the perfect showcase for locally grown, seasonal...


13 JUL 2018

Local MP visits The Walk, Kesgrave

On Friday 13th July, Dr Dan was delighted to visit The Walk, an affordable housing scheme in Kesgrave, where he was welcomed with tea and homemade cakes as he joined residents in celebrating a much needed refurbishment of their communal lounge. Dr Dan was joined by Cllr Debbie McCallum and Cllr Stuart Lawson both local ward members for Kesgrave West, who together donated £2,000 from their...


13 JUL 2018

Whitehouse Community Primary House Captains Welcome Local MP

A regular visitor to Whitehouse Community Primary School, Dr Dan particularly enjoyed his visit on Friday 13th July, where he enjoyed a tour of the school to see for himself the recent improvements and changes to enhance classroom provision at the school. Following the tour, a group of pupils from Year 5 were waiting to enthusiastically put their questions to their local MP. The group were very...


07 JUL 2018

Rendham Fete welcomes Dr Dan

Basking in the glorious Suffolk sunshine, Dr Dan was delighted to visit Rendham, to enjoy their annual Summer Fete. Crowds came out in their droves to enjoy the summer sunshine and a host of activities on the village green, including traditional tombolas and games, all raising vital funds for the local community. Aside from the activities, there were also a number of stands offering cakes, a...


06 JUL 2018

Heating industry association welcomes Dr Dan Poulter

During a visit to local Kesgrave organisation, OFTEC, Dr Dan was pleased to meet with Chief Executive, Paul Rose, to learn more about the important work going on here in Suffolk, working to decarbonise off-grid heating systems and develop systems to address fuel poverty. OFTEC, the Oil-Firing Technical Assoication is the trade association representing the interests of oil-fired boiler, oil...



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Dr Dan's work in Parliament

Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Per Capita Costs (18 Jul 2018)
Daniel Poulter: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how much funding per pupil has been allocated to schools in Suffolk in each year since 2009.

Homelessness among Refugees — [Sir Henry Bellingham in the Chair] (17 Jul 2018)
Daniel Poulter: I congratulate the hon. Lady on securing today’s debate. It must have struck all of us in the Chamber that any of the challenges she has outlined that refugees face in beginning to engage with life in the UK—whether it be opening a bank account, getting a national insurance number or accessing appropriate healthcare—would be difficult for a British citizen to do within a...