David Davis responds to the Prime Minister’s comments on trade in the Brexit campaign

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As reported in the Daily Telegraph: Cameron takes to the rooftops to nail six ‘lies’ David Cameron yesterday accused leading Eurosceptics of telling six “total untruths” in hastily arranged press conference after he became angered watching the early evening news. The Prime Minister accused Michael Gove and Boris Johnson’s campaign to leave the EU of […]

David Davis comments on Computer Weekly’s investigation into the interception of MPs’ email

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As published on computerweekly.com: MPs’ private emails are routinely accessed by GCHQ GCHQ and the US National Security Agency (NSA) have access to intercepted emails sent and received by all members of the UK Parliament and peers, including with their constituents, a Computer Weekly investigation has established. The intelligence agency in Cheltenham has been able […]

David Davis gives a speech making the case for Brexit

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The Economic Case for Brexit – 26 May 2016 – One Great George Street It is now exactly four weeks until the British people make the most momentous decision of modern times. I rather wish that the standard of argument from the other side had lived up to the occasion. In the past few weeks, […]

David Davis responds to Sir John Major’s comments on immigration

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The former Prime Minister Sir John Major has today issued a warning to senior Conservative MPs on the risks of their heavy emphasis on immigration in the EU referendum debate. Sir John warned that, “this is dangerous territory that, if handled carelessly, can open up long-term divisions in our society.” The former Prime Minister’s warning […]

David Davis writes in the Times about the weaknesses of the EU Single Market

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As published in The Times: The single market only benefits big firms and lobbyists If the Common Market was good, the single market must be better, right? Wrong. It is the most misleading piece of conventional unwisdom in this EU debate. There is no doubt that entry into the Common Market was beneficial for Britain […]