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David Davis MP asks urgent question on Sir Richard Henriques’ report into Operation Midland.

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As reported in the Telegraph: Dame Cressida Dick has apologised for the mistakes made during Scotland Yard’s disastrous Operation Midland investigation as a “whitewash” report from the police watchdog absolved all her officers involved of any wrongdoing. The Met Commissioner issued a statement saying the numerous errors made should not have happened. But she tempered […]

David Davis MP signs pledge calling on UK police & companies to immediately halt the use of facial recognition cameras

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As reported in The Times: The police should stop using facial recognition technology for public surveillance immediately, a group of MPs has said. The use of the technology is incompatible with human rights and has reached “epidemic” proportions, according to the cross-party group, which includes the Tory MP David Davis, Diane Abbott, the shadow home […]

David Davis MP objects to 24/7 working at Transwaste in Melton

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As reported in The Hull Daily Mail: A renewed attempt to turn East Yorkshire’s biggest waste facility into a 24-hour operation has been met with a flurry of objectons. Current planning conditions on Transwaste’s site in Gibson Lane, Melton, limit its operating times to between 6am and 6pm on weekdays, 6am to 4pm on Saturdays […]

David Davis MP meets with Minister for Defence Procurement regarding BAE Brough

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As reported on BBC News: An MP has met with defence officials to try and save jobs at a military-training aircraft factory. More than 240 workers at BAE Systems’ plant in Brough, East Yorkshire, face redundancy after the Kuwaiti government decided not to buy Hawk jets. Conservative MP David Davis said he had spoken to […]

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 […]