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David Davis writes for the Daily Mail: Exit from Europe is nothing to fear: David Davis becomes the most senior Tory yet to say quitting the EU would be good for Britain… and could spark a great national revival

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As published in the Daily Mail: Exit from Europe is nothing to fear: DAVID DAVIS becomes the most senior Tory yet to say quitting the EU would be good for Britain… and could spark a great national revival It is not yet clear what effect the Nick Clegg versus Nigel Farage televised debates will have […]

David Davis writes for The Times on Ukraine: “Sanctions, yes – but troops are the best way to deter Russia”

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As originally published in The Times’ ‘Thunderer’ column: Sanctions, yes – but troops are the best way to deter Russia. We must proclaim that an attack on one is an attack on all The West needs to recognise reality in the Ukraine crisis. Of course it should devise the most painful sanctions that it can […]

David Davis replies to Sir Edward Crew’s letter in the Sunday Times

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As published in the Sunday Times: Weighing the evidence in Plebgate case Sir Edward Crew, the former chief constable of West Midlands police, attacked “politicians who have no more knowledge of what happened in Downing Street” than he did (“Protect police from unfounded claims”, Letters, last week). I assume he is referring, among others, to […]

David Davis: ‘Voting against Syrian intervention was the right thing to do – and it’s working’

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As published on Conservative Home: David Davis MP: Voting against Syrian intervention was the right thing to do – and it’s working Yesterday, Rehman Chishti MP published a piece on these pages entitled “Our Syria decision has left Britain diminished”. I am certain that Rehman was expressing his deeply held beliefs, but he should have […]

Greedy, out of touch bullies

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As published in the Daily Mail: The last time public trust in the police was as low as it is today was following the police strikes of 1918, during the First World War. After that dispute the police were granted a pay rise, but were also forbidden membership of a trade union. In place of […]