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Mr Davis said: ‘The Lib Dems will have to ask themselves whether it is OK to cover up 15 cases a year of torture, defective military equipment or other official wrongdoing.’
I am cross enough with my own party for swallowing such an illiberal proposal. But if the ‘Liberal Democrats’ are not prepared to oppose a measure that undermines the fundamentals of both liberty and democracy, then what exactly is the point of them?
As David Davis so rightly said, it’d be like putting the foxes in charge of the hen house.
Leading Tory MP David Davis is backing Financial Mail’s campaign against Government rules that have slashed the income of tens of thousands of pensioners who saved diligently for retirement and describes the changes as silly, ill thought out and crude.
But senior Tory backbencher David Davis insisted Mr Cameron must go further and promise two referendums on Britain’s relationship with Europe, warning the public feel they have been ‘lied to’ by politicians.
As published in The Daily Telegraph: Dodging TV licence will not be a crime; Failure to pay TV licence to be a civil matter People who do not pay the TV licence fee will no longer be prosecuted in a criminal court, under radical plans being drawn up by the Government. The failure to pay […]
As published in the Hull Daily Mail: Warm welcome at new café; ANLABY: Latest addition to church facilities aims to bring village community together In Short A new coffee shop has opened as an extension to Anlaby Park Methodist Church. The new facility was opened by MP David Davis. A NEW £326,000 coffee shop has […]
As published in the Hull Daily Mail: East Riding: Calls have been made to ensure victims of December’s flooding receive all the help they can. Haltemprice and Howden MP David Davis has called for East Riding Council to approve proposed flood relief measures and for the Government to speed up the process of making the […]
David Davis MP has welcomed the Secretary of State for Transport’s reassurances that the Government will not support the proposed EU-wide Port Services Regulation in its current form. A cross-party group of 23 MPs wrote to the Prime Minister on 7th February urging him to stop the proposed regulation. There is concern that the proposed […]
David Davis comments across the papers on new guidelines which will instruct police not to confer in the hours after someone dies
As published in the Daily Mail: Police marksmen to be banned from comparing notes in the aftermath of fatal shootings following controversy over death of Mark Duggan Controversial practice has been repeatedly criticised amid claims it undermines public confidence in officers’ impartiality. Police watchdog says new guidelines will instruct police not to confer in the […]
In response to the news that new guidance is to be issued to Police forces instructing Police officers not to confer before writing up their notes, Rt Hon David Davis MP has said: “This is both welcome but long overdue. There is no statutory guidance regarding the practice of officers conferring when making notes. The […]