David Davis MP writes “Rishi must NOT raise taxes. He should be bold and CUT them like Reagan”

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As published by the Mail on Sunday: The mutterings that keep emerging from the Treasury about increasing taxes to balance the books are economically incomprehensible. Such action would not only be wrong, it would be completely counter-productive. We Tories must be honest with ourselves and with the public: There is no way we can balance […]

David Davis MP speaks to Bloomberg

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As published by Bloomberg: Former Brexit Secretary David Davis shares his views on what went wrong in the early negotiations, but why Britain’s EU split is right ultimately. The European Union and the U.K. concluded a post-Brexit trade deal last year, but things haven’t gotten off to a smooth start. There have been trade frictions, […]

David Davis MP and Neil Parish MP write on post-Brexit UK trade policy

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As published by Conservative Home: This week, MPs have the opportunity to vote on two important amendments to the Trade Bill: one which would give High Courts the power to make a genocide determination for countries with which the UK has trade deals, and another which would give Parliament a guaranteed say on new trade […]

David Davis MP writes on vital amendments to the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill

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As published by Conservative Home: We must vote today to bar our spies from inflicting torture and our police from deploying children. Today, MPs will be asked to vote on a hugely consequential piece of legislation granting the intelligence agencies, police and other government bodies the power to both authorise children as undercover agents, and […]

David Davis MP writes that Parliament needs more time to scrutinise the EU Trade Agreement than the single day it has been given

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As published by Conservative Home: The deal Boris Johnson brought back from Brussels last week looks pretty good on the face of it. It seems to achieve the aim of regaining control of our laws, borders and money promised by Johnson himself in the Leave campaign. When Parliament votes for it this week – as […]