David Davis News
David Davis writes for the Sunday Times outlining the alternative to the Government’s plan for Brexit
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 […]
The new Siemens factory in Goole has secured an order for new trains to run on the Piccadilly Line of the London Underground. The order, worth £1.5 billion, is for 94 trains but there is the possibility that further orders will be received in the coming years. Responding to the announcement David Davis MP said: […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]