David Davis MP writes for The Times Red Box on the need to scrap HS2 and focus on projects to benefit all areas of the UK

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As published in The Times Red Box: The case to scrap HS2 is getting stronger and stronger each day. It is becoming increasingly clear it will not be value for money, it will not bridge the north-south divide and it will not help ease congestion across the rail network. In 2010, we were told HS2 […]

David Davis MP writes in The Sunday Telegraph on how the next PM must recognise HS2 for the wasteful vanity project it really is

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As published in The Sunday Telegraph: The past year has seen a number of hammer blows to the public’s perception of HS2. Despite this, last week both George Osborne and Amber Rudd threw their support behind pushing ahead with the project. Rudd even went so far as to say that any new PM must fully […]

David Davis MP writes in The Sun on how the Government should approach Brexit negotiations after the local elections

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As published in The Sun: After the elections disaster Theresa May must go back to the EU and get a better deal or leave calmly and speedily without one If ever elections have sent a clear message to politicians about what voters want, it is this week’s local elections. MILLIONS of protest votes. Record numbers […]

David Davis MP writes in the Daily Mail supporting Dominic Raab as the next Conservative Leader

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As published in The Daily Mail: The local elections expose the problems the Conservative Party faces but there are no easy answers or simple solutions. We face two stark challenges. Firstly, the Conservatives must deliver on Brexit as a matter of democratic necessity. We must respect our manifesto promises, alongside the votes of 17.4million people […]

David Davis MP writes in The Telegraph on the need to change direction in Brexit negotiations

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As published in The Telegraph: On Friday I flew to Berlin to speak about Brexit to a number of politicians and ministers in the German government. The aircraft was an hour late, air traffic control disrupted by fog, in what seemed like an apt metaphor for the Brexit negotiations, running late in a fog of […]