Spy tech firm Palantir was shoo-in for NHS data deal, fresh emails suggest

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As published by openDemocracy Exclusive: Labour and Tory MPs demand review as email chain appears to show health chiefs knew firm would win deal US spy-tech firm Palantir was a shoo-in for a multi-million-pound NHS contract months before the deal was signed, emails obtained by openDemocracy appear to show. The email exchange from 2020, in […]

UK must stop funding detention of children in Syria, says David Davis MP

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As published in the Guardian The UK must urgently end its policy of funding the illegal detention of children in north-east Syria, and disclose how many British minors are being held in camps run by Syrian Kurds on behalf of the west, the former cabinet minister David Davis has said in a letter to the foreign secretary, […]

David Davis MP writes to the National Grid to raise concerns about proposals to erect new electrical pylons in Ellerker and South Cave

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David Davis MP writes for Conservative Home on the need for a right to a bank account

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As published on Conservative Home It is no exaggeration to say that without a bank account, normal life in modern society is near impossible. Britain is an increasingly cash-free society. Whatever the merits of that trend, there is no denying it makes us more dependent than ever on our bank accounts. Without a bank account, […]

Assange treatment “atrocious breach of natural justice”, says David Davis

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As published by the National Union of Journalists At a cross party meeting in parliament, former foreign secretary David Davis MP described the treatment of journalist Julian Assange as an “atrocious breach of natural justice”. The session in one of the House of Commons’ famous committee rooms, was an opportunity for politicians to hear directly […]

David Davis MP’s letter to residents about the Bubwith Bridge repair works

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