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David Davis MP writes for The Daily Mail on how producers must reformulate food to make it healthier on the basis of the latest science

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As published in The Daily Mail: A year ago, after I resigned from my Cabinet job as Brexit Secretary, I had a routine medical. The doctor frowned at my blood test results and recommended a liver scan. His instincts were right. The scan showed that I had non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), caused by a […]

David Davis MP writes for The Telegraph on how attempts to block no deal weaken the UK’s negotiation position

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As published in The Telegraph: Put aside the hyperbole and exaggeration about “the death of democracy” and “constitutional outrage” that have accompanied the Prime Minister’s plans to prorogue Parliament. It is actually a sensible strategy that can potentially reset the tortured Brexit negotiations. In politics, momentum is key but it’s also crucial to have a […]

David Davis MP writes in The Telegraph on why the independent review of HS2 should recommend scrapping the project

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Grant Shapps’ first major announcement as Transport Secretary – a review on whether HS2 should go ahead – is excellent news for British taxpayers. I know from my time as Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee that governments find it hard to change their minds on big expensive projects. But this review should provide the […]

David Davis MP writes for The Sun on how attempts to stop No Deal Brexit will fail

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As published in The Sun: SO Philip Hammond thinks that a No Deal Brexit would be a betrayal of the decision taken by the British people in the 2016 referendum? This is a spectacular irony, given that no one else in government has done more to undermine that decision by the people than the ex-Chancellor. […]

David Davis MP writes a letter to The Times arguing Neil Basu was straying well beyond his brief when he suggested journalists could be held criminally responsible for publishing leaked government documents.

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As published in The Times: Sir, Neil Basu should have known that he was straying well beyond his brief when he suggested that journalists could be held criminally responsible for publishing leaked government documents. Any competent senior police officer should have been aware that only a matter of weeks ago the lord chief justice of […]