Sir Ed Davey at the Conrad Hotel, Westminster, London after he has been elected as the leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Sir Ed Davey speaks at the Conrad Hotel, Westminster, London after he has been elected as the leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Liberal Democrat deputy leader Ed Davey speaking at a rally at Esher Rugby Club in Hersham, Surrey, ahead of Thursday's General Election.
Sir Ed Davey takes part in the first virtual Prime Minister's Questions from his home in Surbiton, south London. PA Photo. Picture date: Wednesday April 22, 2020. See PA story HEALTH Coronavirus. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire
Sir Ed Davey speaking during the Liberal Democrats autumn conference at the Bournemouth International Centre in Bournemouth.
Ed Davey (left) and his wife Emily Gasson, arrive at Proud Embankment, London, where the announcement will be made as to who will become the new Liberal Democrat leader to replace Sir Vince Cable.
Liberal Democrat leadership contender Sir Ed Davey (2nd from R) with Pro EU demonstrators, during the �No to Boris. Yes to Europe� march in central London. (Photo by Dinendra Haria / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
(left to right) Kevin Cheatle, Director of Workforce, Nick Clegg MP, Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron, candidates Ed Davey and Sarah Olney on a visit to Kingston Hospital, Greater London, on the campaign trail. Picture dated: Thursday June 1, 2017. Photo credit should read: Isabel Infantes / EMPICS Entertainment
MP Sarah Olney with former cabinet ministers Sir Vince Cable (left) and Sir Ed Davey on a general election campaign visit to Harts Boatyard on the banks of the river Thames in Surbiton, south London.
Former Energy Secretary Ed Davey after receiving his Knighthood at an Investiture ceremony in Windsor Castle, Berkshire.
Liberal Democrat Party leader Nick Clegg (left) and Energy Secretary Ed Davey hold a cake with supporters during a visit to Kingston, south west London.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey next to a train carrying biomass fuel at Drax Power Station near Selby, North Yorkshire.
The Prince of Wales, greets Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey (centre), prior to hosting a meeting of international leaders to discuss curbing world deforestation, in the Thorne Room at Clarence House, London.
(left to right) Secretary of State for Engery and Climate Change, Ed Davey, Justin Mundy, Head of Prince's International Sustainability Unit (ISU), listen as the Prince of Wales, talks during a meeting of international leaders to discuss curbing world deforestation, in the Thorne Room at Clarence House, London.
Embargoed to 0001 Thursday November 29. Energy Secretary Ed Davey during a visit to the National Grid's Electricity National Control Centre in Berkshire.
Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at the Clean Energy Ministerial Conference in London today alongside his Energy Secretary Ed Davey (right).
New Energy Secretary Edward Davey (left) and DONG Energy CEO Anders Eldrup inaugurate the Walney offshore wind farm at a ceremony in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the newly appointed Energy Secretary Ed Davey visit BRE (Building Research Establishment) in Watford.
Ed Davey MP arrives at the Cabinet Office in London, after Downing Street announced that Mr Davey replaced Chris Huhne as Energy Secretary.
Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman Ed Davey speaks in the House of Commons, London, shortly before he was ordered out of the Commons chamber after repeatedly protesting that his party's bid for a referendum on the UK's EU membership had not been selected for debate and vote.
Lib Dems (l/r) Alan Beith, Ed Davey, Jenny Tonge, Menzies Campbell, help leader Paddy Ashdown (2nd right) write his keynote speach for tomorrow's (Weds) conference, at the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne. Photo by Adam Butler/PA