David Davis MP meets British troops stationed in Poland

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David Davis MP met with British troops stationed in Poland and took part in an act of Remembrance, laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw to commemorate the sacrifice of the Polish people during the Second World War and the UK’s lasting ties of friendship with Poland.

David Davis MP visits BAE Brough following announcement of job losses

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Today David Davis MP visited the BAE Brough site to speak with workers following the announcement that up to 400 jobs at the site are at risk. Following the visit David Davis MP said: “Clearly this is an uncertain time for all those working at BAE Brough, and today was an important opportunity for me […]

David Davis MP responds to BAE’s announcement of 400 job losses in Brough

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Today BAE Systems announced, as part of a statement on a proposed restructuring of the business, that some 1,915 jobs are at risk, including 400 jobs at their Brough site. Responding to the announcement, David Davis MP said: “It is disappointing to learn that BAE systems are considering job reductions among the highly skilled and […]

David Davis MP welcomes the awarding of a grant to Little Weighton Village Hall

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Today it was announced that Little Weighton Village Hall are to be awarded a grant worth £499,734 from the Big Lottery Fund. Responding to the announcement, David Davis MP said: “This is excellent news for the residents of Little Weighton. Little Weighton Village Hall has been a focal point for the community for over 110 […]

David Davis comments on the publication of the Chilcot Report into the Iraq War

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Today the Iraq Inquiry has published its final report into the UK’s policy on Iraq, covering the run up to, the conduct of, and the planning for the period following, the Iraq War. The Iraq Inquiry made a number of critical conclusions, in particular that: · The UK chose to join the invasion of Iraq […]