David Davis MP delivers the fifth annual Margaret Thatcher Centre Lecture

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I first met Margaret Thatcher when I was in my early 20s. She was Secretary of State for Education, and I was a Conservative student leader. They were very different times. The country was in a parlous state. At home industrial unrest was rife, and strikes were common. Economic growth was weak and inflation was […]

David Davis MP gives speech on Brexit to the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Munich

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Text of a speech David Davis MP gave to the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Munich: Today, I want to speak about relationships. I want to consider the future of the United Kingdom and the European Union, of Britain and Germany, and of Britain and Bavaria. Before I do so, however, I believe it important to provide […]

David Davis attends the announcement of Care After Combat’s new President

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David attended a reception for military charity Care After Combat, who support British veterans who suffer from substance or alcohol abuse or have been in prison. At the reception Lt General Sir Peter Viggers was announced as the charity’s new President. David with Jim Davidson OBE, the Chairman of Care After Combat David with Jim […]

David Davis attends flood insurance event in Parliament

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David Davis MP attended an event in Parliament this week to discuss insurer’s response to flooding. As Haltemprice and Howden is one of the top 100 constituencies at risk of flooding in the UK, RSA Insurance prepared information on the resilience measures supported by the Government’s Repair and Renew grant. The scheme encourages flood defence […]

David Davis MP writes for The Conservative Woman: End the bias against one-earner families. Make the £10,500 tax allowance fully transferable

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David Davis MP: End the bias against one-earner families. Make the £10,500 tax allowance fully transferable Most voters agree that there is little that is more important than family. And yet for the last two decades governments have consistently failed to reform a tax system that benefits single people over married couples with children. In […]