David Davis MP writes on the government’s proposals to restrict judicial review

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As published by The Guardian: Be warned: this government is robbing you of your right to challenge the state. Judicial review is a cornerstone of British democracy. It empowers everyday people to challenge decisions made by public bodies. Whether it be central government or local authorities, rule makers are held accountable by ordinary people. This […]

David Davis MP writes on rising taxes ahead of the Autumn Budget

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As published by The Mail on Sunday: High taxing Chancellor Rishi Sunak will send UK economy crashing onto the rocks, writes former Brexit secretary DAVID DAVIS When Rishi Sunak delivers his Autumn Budget this week, he will do so with the country facing its worst winter crisis for more than 40 years. Rising fuel prices, […]

David Davis MP writes on co-hosting the world’s first virtual Children’s Parliament

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As published by the Daily Express: On Friday, October 29, I will be co-hosting the world’s first virtual Children’s Parliament. Up to 650 seven to 11-year-olds, from each constituency, will come together to debate and vote on issues that matter to them, including Covid, technology and environmental matters. However, I wish that I was not […]

David Davis MP writes on big tech curtailing free speech

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As published by The Express: YouTube took down from the internet my speech at the Conservative Party conference against domestic vaccine passports, accusing me of breaching their policies and spreading “medical misinformation”. After the initial shock, I wondered if I had misspoken and said something wrong. Had I made a mistake? So I went through […]

David Davis MP writes on the Northern Ireland Protocol

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As published in The Daily Telegraph: In the early days of December 2017, Theresa May agreed, against my strong advice, to concede what she termed “full alignment” between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. That concession gave the EU continuing power over a part of the United Kingdom, destabilised the fine balance in Ulster […]