David Davis MP visit to Jablite’s Howden factory

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David Davis MP recently visited Jablite, an SME manufacturing insulation products in Howden. His visit included a site tour from the factory manager Robert Newsum. Jablite is a successful local company that has weather the recession by focussing on innovation and new product development.

David Davis MP calls for reform of Public Order Act section 5 in City AM

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David writes for CityAM The public order act needs reform: It is an insult to British free speech. “Disgracefully inadequate”. “Jobless scroungers”. This is just a small sample of the insults thrown around yesterday morning. And that was just in the national newspapers. A quick venture onto Twitter would reveal thousands more, many unprintable on […]

BBC coverage of David Davis MP Intercept Evidence debate

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“Mark Duggan shooting: MPs demand intercept evidence rethink A public inquest into last year’s fatal shooting by police of Mark Duggan may never be held without a change to the law, MPs have warned. The Commons agreed unanimously to call for a rethink of the ban on intercept evidence in courts and inquests. Labour’s David […]

David Davis MP speech in the House of Commons calling for Intercept as Evidence to be used in court

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“It is a privilege to follow Mr Lammy, who has done a sterling job of making the basic case, and, perhaps in some ways more importantly, of defending the interests and rights of his constituents, some of whom feel very aggrieved after the events of last year. I shall speak more briefly than he did […]

David Davis MP speaks on Hull economy

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“Following the news of 259 potential job losses at Seven Seas, business editor for Hull Daily Mail, Catherine Lea reports on efforts to tackle unemployment in Hull … Seven Seas’ proposal to close its Hull site is another devastating blow to the city’s economy. The company’s 259-strong workforce now have the fear of redundancy hanging […]