David Davis MP writes on Conservatism under Johnson

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As published by The Daily Telegraph: Boris Johnson likes to compare himself to Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher, but unfortunately the atmosphere among the parliamentary Conservative Party at present leads rather more to reminiscing about the premierships of Edward Heath and John Major. That is why we are hearing all the grumbling and predictions of […]

David Davis MP writes on supercharging the delivery of booster vaccines

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As published by The Mail on Sunday: A major test of any government is knowing when to act and when to hold your nerve. Sadly, that is a test the Government has just failed. By jumping to Plan B, and introducing a chaotic range of measures including mask-wearing, working from home and demands for vaccine […]

David Davis MP writes on proposed government powers to strip people of their citizenship

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As published by Politics Home: This week MPs will debate Clause nine of the Nationality and Borders Bill, which would allow the government to strip you of British citizenship – essentially your right to have rights – without even telling you. The government seeks to justify this huge power grab on national security grounds. As […]

David Davis MP writes on costly Home Office plans to offshore refugees

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As published in The Observer: How do we put a stop to the Channel crossings? There is no doubt that our relationship with France is pivotal. I’m not naive about this: I know a thing or two about negotiating with the French. Clearly, both the shadow of Brexit and the looming French presidential election are […]

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 […]