David Davis speaks to the Sunday Express about why he resigned and why the Government should change course on Brexit

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As published in the Sunday Express ‘Rip it up and start again!’ Davis breaks silence with stunning Brexit advice for May In his first newspaper interview since standing down as EU exit secretary, the Tory veteran reassures Sunday Express readers that it is not too late to save Brexit. He calls on Theresa May to […]

David Davis writes for the Financial Times about the importance of being able to diverge from the EU’s rules after Brexit

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As published in the Financial Times: Britain must be able to control all regulations after Brexit Last week, the government’s Brexit white paper told the country it could look forward to a “common rule book” with the EU. We now face continued harmonisation with the bloc’s rules on goods. Unfortunately, this jeopardises the opportunities offered […]

David Davis writes for the Sunday Times outlining the alternative to the Government’s plan for Brexit

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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 […]

David Davis welcomes £1.5 billion order at new train factory in East Yorkshire

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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 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.