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


15 MAR 2019

Highfields Nursery receive special delivery from Local MP

On Friday, Dr Dan Poulter, visited Highfields Nursery in Castle Hill, Ipswich to deliver a very important letter to the children. As part of their learning experience at Highfields, the children have been learning about the effects of climate change and air pollution. The children were reading popular children's book "Five Little Men in a Flying Saucer" when they were moved to write to the Prime...


26 FEB 2019

Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter welcomes delegation of Suffolk Farmers to Parliament

Suffolk farmers' concerns – from the future of water abstraction licences to the risks posed by a 'no deal' Brexit – were put before MPs and government officials at a special meeting in Westminster. A group of about 15 National Farmers' Union (NFU) members, led by Suffolk county chairman Glenn Buckingham, highlighted other issues including delays to environmental stewardship scheme payments...


22 FEB 2019

Suffolk MP, Dr Dan Poulter, meets Suffolk Environmental Champions

Dr Dan Poulter was pleased to meet today with local innovations company, RockFuel Innovations. RockFuel Innovations designs and patents green energy inventions to help overcome some of the environmental threats to our planet. Dr Dan learned more about how the RockFuel process makes carbon neutral biodiesel for standard diesel engines and suitable for low emission zones. As part of the...


22 FEB 2019

Suffolk MP joins community in fight to improve road safety

Suffolk MP, Dr Dan Poulter was delighted to meet with representatives from Burgh Parish Council to hear their concerns around highways issues and HGV traffic in the tiny village of Burgh. The key issues concerning residents are the number of HGV movements in the village and the number of accidents taking place on the B1079, which is the main road running through the Parish. These issues have...


08 FEB 2019

Wetheringsett Primary Welcomes Local MP, Dr Dan Poulter

Dr Dan Poulter particularly enjoyed his visit to Wetheringsett Primary School on Friday 8th February, where he was welcomed by a small group of students and Head Teacher, Mrs Hookway. The students were desperate to show Dr Dan around their school and quickly set about their task of hosting their visitor. During a tour of the school, a number of students put their questions to their local MP,...


08 FEB 2019

Local MP meets with Leader of Suffolk Coastal District Council

A regular visitor to East Suffolk House, Dr Dan Poulter met with the Leader of the Council, Cllr Ray Herring on Friday 8th February. The productive meeting covered a number of topics from local Government funding to education and early years provision and most notably, local infrastructure projects including the A12, Four Villages Bypass and the latest round of public consultation regarding...



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Health Inequalities (20 Mar 2019)
Daniel Poulter: My hon. Friend will be aware that there are health and wellbeing boards at play in local authorities. How effective has her local health and wellbeing board been at holding the CCG and other parts of the NHS to account, not only for their spending decisions but for how those decisions impact on frontline patient care?

Gambling-Related Harm — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] (19 Mar 2019)
Daniel Poulter: My right hon. Friend makes a very good point. Although according to the headline figure only a small percentage of the general population appears to be affected by problem gambling, the reality is that the harms that manifest in that group are widespread and cause both considerable economic damage to those people and their families and damage to wider society. As my right hon. Friend rightly...