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David Davis MP writes about secret courts in The Guardian

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When US authorities revealed last May that a British agent in Yemen was central to uncovering the latest Islamist suicide bomb plot, there was uproar. Quite reasonably, a great deal of concern was expressed over the risk posed to the agent, and to similar operations that might be run in future. And yet was it […]

David Davis MP writes about tax avoidance in The Sunday Times

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David Davis writes in The Sunday Times; “People have morals, not firms like Starbucks. HMRC must get its house in order before individuals suffer. As one of the earliest campaigners for corporate tax transparency, to ensure that large corporations pay their fair share of taxation, I welcome the fact that Starbucks is now going to […]

David Davis MP calls for international action to help Syrian refugees

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David Davis MP: We can’t intervene militarily in Syria. But we can and must act to help its refugees. Nationwide protests against President Assad were met with force. Syrian soldiers opened fire on their fellow citizens. Rebels responded with suicide bombings, including one in the capital, Damascus, last week. The regime’s opponents have been abducted […]

David Davis MP writes in The Daily Mail on the need for a free press

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David Davis MP writes in The Daily Mail; “Some years ago, when I was a Foreign Office minister, I used to be teased by my Continental counterparts about the British press. ‘Our newspapers would not ferret into such things,’ they would say as they watched Fleet Street’s intrusiveness and occasional ferocity expose yet another public […]

David Davis MP writes on Europe in the Financial Times

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Time for shadow boxing in Europe is over Today, David Cameron will return to a (rightly) warm welcome in the House of Commons. The government will successfully spin the EU budget negotiations as a success. It was not a victory, it was not even a draw, but it was not a defeat. And it is, […]