David Davis MP writes on why he opposes government plans for offshore processing of asylum applications

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As published in The Daily Telegraph: Recent weeks have seen thousands of migrants crossing the Channel hoping to start a new life in Britain. This year alone, over 25,000 people have made this dangerous journey. This week, we saw those dangers result in the tragic deaths of more than 30 people in the Channel. It […]

David Davis MP comments on ‘unworkable’ government proposals to reduce Channel crossings

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As published by The Independent: The Home Office has been accused of “underestimating the intelligence of voters” with “unworkable” policies that it claims will reduce the number of migrants entering the UK by crossing the Channel. Two former government ministers are among those who have criticised the department for pushing out “macho-sounding” plans to curb […]

David Davis MP calls on government to scrap controversial plans to ‘offshore’ asylum seekers

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As published in The Guardian: The former Conservative minister David Davis is calling for controversial plans to send asylum seekers to another country while their claims are processed to be scrapped. The government’s nationality and borders bill contains several provisions that have generated cross-party concern. These include “offshoring” asylum seekers, criminalising people for the way […]

David Davis MP writes on illiberal and dangerous vaccine passports

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As published by: Perspective Magazine The principal reason the UK has such a long and illustrious history as a great nation is freedom. Be that freedom of thought or belief, freedom of speech or assembly, or freedom under the law, freedom has been fundamental to defining the very nation we are today. It has shaped […]

David Davis MP writes on flawed Commons investigation into Owen Paterson MP

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As published by The Mail on Sunday: The case of Conservative MP Owen Paterson, who has been accused of abusing his position for personal gain, is shot through with high drama and personal tragedy. An MP for more than 20 years and a former Cabinet Minister, Mr Paterson faces political ruin, thanks to a one-sided […]

David Davis MP comments on COP26 during Children’s Parliament debate

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As published by The Daily Express: Children’s Parliament debates opened at 5pm on Friday with a disarmingly candid question from a primary school pupil to world leaders on whether they truly considered the opinions of future generations in their decisions at the COP26 Climate Change conference. When asked by a child MP from St Pierre’s […]