This website was established while I was a Member of Parliament. As Parliament has been dissolved, there are no Members of Parliament until after the election on 12 December 2019.

David Davis writes for The Sun on Sunday: Juncker must be Junked as next Euro President

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As published in The Sun on Sunday: Juncker must be Junked as next Euro President If we needed a demonstration of the bone headed complacency of the political elites of the European Union, we need look no farther than the campaign to make Jean Claude Juncker President of the European Commission. He is a protagonist […]

David Davis writes for the Sunday Times: Either we vote early on EU exit or we watch Farage crow

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David Davis writes for the Sunday Times: Either we vote early on EU exit or we watch Farage crow Why is it that political parties cannot debate key policy issues properly before the elections they might influence? MPs fear accusations of disunity as newspapers write headlines about “splits”, so the entire political class sinks into […]

David Davis comments on the upcoming Scottish referendum

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As published in the Mail on Sunday, Scottish edition: A leading English Tory makes a heartfelt plea to Scots voters Scotland will soon decide whether the most productive union in history will come to an end. As an Englishman married by a Church of Scotland minister to a Scottish-born wife, I would feel more than […]

David Davis MP writes for The Conservative Woman: End the bias against one-earner families. Make the £10,500 tax allowance fully transferable

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David Davis MP: End the bias against one-earner families. Make the £10,500 tax allowance fully transferable Most voters agree that there is little that is more important than family. And yet for the last two decades governments have consistently failed to reform a tax system that benefits single people over married couples with children. In […]

David Davis writes for the Financial Times: A false sense of security that will cost Britain’s tech sector dear

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As published in the Financial Times: A false sense of security that will cost Britain’s tech sector dear Britain’s intelligence agencies are damaging the country’s economic prospects . Their activities have resulted in a dramatic loss of trust in the UK as a place to do business. The government shows no sign of absorbing this […]