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David Davis MP writes an article for The Sunday Times

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David Davis MP writes in The Sunday Times discussing why we should bring British children in Syria back to the UK. As published in The Sunday Times: Innocents abandoned today will become our foes tomorrow When the British charity worker arrived in the tent, the first child he saw was a boy of around four […]

David Davis MP: Loughinisland case proves the freedom of the press must be protected

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David Davis MP is a strong campaigner for protecting the freedom of the press. The Loughinisland case proves this. As published in PoliticsHome: Police conduct towards investigative journalists seeking to expose the truth of what happened at the Loughinisland massacare was heavy handed and unlawful; it is important that press freedoms are protected, writes David […]

David Davis MP writes for The Sunday Times on the need for a written UK constitution

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As published in The Sunday Times: Last month the Supreme Court surprised us all. There have been few statements in modern politics that have had the impact of the president of the Supreme Court’s, not least because of the dispassionate way in which Lady Hale put her decision. Yet while that decision was surprising and […]

David Davis MP writes in The Guardian about the threat of live facial recognition to individual privacy

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The pernicious growth of the surveillance state continues with the imminent rollout of live facial recognition cameras across Britain. That is why this week I signed a statement, alongside a cross-party group of MPs, experts and civil liberties campaigners, calling for a halt to facial recognition trials to give parliament the chance to debate it properly. There […]

David Davis MP writes for The Telegraph on using healthcare data in medical research

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As published in The Telegraph: This week researchers announced a significant breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. They found that terazosin, a drug that had been developed to treat an entirely different condition – benign prostate enlargement – could also intervene to prevent or mitigate the death of nerve cells in Parkinson’s sufferers. It […]