David Davis MP writes in The Sun about the Treasury’s Brexit Forecasts

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As published in The Sun: WHEN the world suffered enormous financial crisis in 2008, the Queen asked simply: “Why did no one see it coming?” Of course, she was right to ask. Not a single public authority predicted the biggest crash in modern history — not the Bank of England, not the ­Treasury, and certainly […]

David Davis writes for the Financial Times about the importance of being able to diverge from the EU’s rules after Brexit

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As published in the Financial Times: Britain must be able to control all regulations after Brexit Last week, the government’s Brexit white paper told the country it could look forward to a “common rule book” with the EU. We now face continued harmonisation with the bloc’s rules on goods. Unfortunately, this jeopardises the opportunities offered […]

David Davis writes for the Sunday Times outlining the alternative to the Government’s plan for Brexit

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As published in The Sunday Times: May has left our fingers in the EU mangle but there is a way to get free When I arrived at Chequers a week ago it was plain that something was up. Social media was rife with anonymous comments supposedly emanating from Downing Street, saying that any cabinet minister […]

David Davis writes for Conservative Home about the economic strategy for Brexit

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As published on ConservativeHome.com Trade deals. Tax cuts. And taking time before triggering Article 50. A Brexit economic strategy for Britain Economic growth in the UK has been founded on a number of unhealthy characteristics in the last decade or so. It has depended above all on large population increases based on uncontrolled mass migration. […]

David Davis writes about the Chilcot Report in the Mail on Sunday

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As published in the Mail on Sunday: Tony Blair did lie, whether he is put on trial is up to Chilcot, says MP David Davis Next week, after a disgraceful seven-year delay, the Iraq Inquiry will finally publish its long-awaited report.  With evidence from more than 100 witnesses and a cost exceeding £10 million, the […]