David Davis writes for The Guardian ‘John Larkin is right – it’s time to stop probing the killings of the Troubles’

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As published in The Guardian: John Larkin is right – it’s time to stop probing the killings of the Troubles The attorney general’s comments are in the spirit of Northern Ireland’s Good Friday agreement – and further inquests and inquiries are unlikely to achieve anything more of use The attorney general of Northern Ireland, John […]

David Davis writes for the Daily Mail ‘Don’t trust me (or any creature of the State) with control of the press’

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As published in the Daily Mail: Don’t trust me (or any creature of the State) with control of the press: As a Royal Charter on newspaper regulation is approved, a stark warning from a senior MP David Davis In its 300-year history, British press freedom has faced many threats. That is no surprise. A truly […]

David Davis writes for The Times ‘Officers must wear cameras to regain the public’s trust’

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As published in The Times: Officers must wear cameras to regain the public’s trust Police officers should wear cameras and microphones to record all contact with the public amid a “crisis of ethics”, a senior Tory politician says today. David Davis, the former Shadow Home Secretary, argues in The Times that the Plebgate affair is […]

David Davis MP on ‘Why I Voted Against Syria Intervention’

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As reported in the Wall Street Journal: “Two and a half years ago, Britain sent troops to Libya to stop a massacre. Parliament emphatically endorsed the United Nations-backed military intervention and its aim of protecting Libyan citizens from Moammar Gadhafi’s troops. Perhaps that is why some were shocked when, last Thursday, Parliament ruled out any […]

David Davis MP states that ‘We were right not to repeat the mistake we made in Iraq’

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As reported in the Yorkshire Post: “An Arabic country gripped by civil war. A totalitarian ruler who would stop at nothing – even the massacre of his own people – to hold onto power. Parliament summoned to vote on whether or not Britain should send troops to help the rebels’ cause. That was almost two-and-a-half […]