Spy tech firm Palantir was shoo-in for NHS data deal, fresh emails suggest

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As published by openDemocracy Exclusive: Labour and Tory MPs demand review as email chain appears to show health chiefs knew firm would win deal US spy-tech firm Palantir was a shoo-in for a multi-million-pound NHS contract months before the deal was signed, emails obtained by openDemocracy appear to show. The email exchange from 2020, in […]

David Davis MP writes for the Jewish Chronicle on British universities doing research for Iran

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As published in the Jewish Chronicle This week and last, the Jewish Chronicle has published details of research into military and “dual use” technology carried out jointly by members of British universities and their colleagues in Iran. This is a matter of deep concern, not least because much of this work has concerned Unmanned Aerial […]

David Davis MP writes for the Telegraph on how the Conservatives can win the next election

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As published in the Telegraph By far the most frequent question put to me by the younger generation of Conservative MPs is whether the next election will be like 1997 or 1992. In 1997 we were obliterated after years of in-fighting, so I normally answer with: “That depends on you.”  But the truth is a […]

David Davis MP writes for ConservativeHome on how to meet Britain’s housing needs

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As published on ConservativeHome Without question, housing is one of the greatest challenges facing the country. The average UK house price is now £285,000. In London, it is £523,000. During the 1990s, a home would cost you three times your income. Now, it costs eight to nine times your income – and more than twelve in London. Most mortgage […]