David Davis MP raises concerns in The Telegraph on the concentration of Government contracts awarded to Amazon Web Services

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As published in The Telegraph: Highly sensitive biometric data belonging to millions of Britons is in line to be stored on Amazon’s systems, amid questions over why details of the contract have been shrouded in secrecy. The Home Office is currently working on a wide-ranging programme to combine its police and immigration biometric databases, giving […]

David Davis MP speaks at the Westminster Higher Education Forum

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As published in The Times Higher Education: Conservative MP David Davis has predicted that the review of post-18 education in England will “look harder at variable fees” but has warned of the “headlines” that would follow if the reform led to the closure of some universities. The former Brexit secretary, who voted against the trebling […]

David Davis MP quoted in the Yorkshire Post on cancelling HS2

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Scrap ‘white elephant’ HS2 scheme, says David Davis The HS2 rail scheme is a “white elephant” that should be scrapped, David Davis said. Former Brexit secretary Mr Davis was joined by Labour MP and former transport minister John Spellar, who also demanded the project be axed. Mr Davis (Haltemprice and Howden) pointed out just half […]

David Davis MP meets with other local MPs and BAE to discuss the company’s future in Brough

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BAE boss agrees to Brough meeting to discuss future of East Yorkshire factory MPs want to see whether more than just aircraft could be built at the East Yorkshire aerodrome The top boss of BAE has agreed to meet with MPs in Brough to discuss future-proofing the aircraft manufacturer’s output in East Yorkshire. In October […]

David Davis MP urges Cabinet to think carefully before deciding whether to support the proposed Brexit deal

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As published on The Spectator: Let’s be clear. If the Cabinet supports the Prime Minister’s proposed deal today, and they somehow manage to whip Parliament into allowing it to proceed, then a whole raft of irreversible consequences will flow from it. This will begin the breakup of the United Kingdom, not just isolating Northern Ireland, […]