David Davis writes about our binge drinking culture and minimum alcohol pricing

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As published in The Sun; “Twelve-year-olds hung over at school. Men and women in their twenties with cirrhosis of the liver. “Field hospitals” and special ambulance services set up to cope with hundreds of drunk people in a single night. Anyone who regularly reads a newspaper will have seen such stories, complete with images of […]

David Davis writes about the elderly care plan that the Coalition dropped and why we need it back

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Every year 40,000 British pensioners, most of whom have paid taxes for four decades or more, must sell their home to pay for their care. These people are not the very poor, and they are certainly not the very rich. They are exactly the sort of people who, whilst they cannot afford trust funds, have […]

David Davis writes his Christmas greeting in The Goole Times

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As in The Goole Times; “Once again the festive season is upon us and I would like to take this opportunity wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Whilst 2012 has been a tough year for the area, by pulling together, local MP’s and organisations had some successes.  The reduction […]

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 […]