Labour’s poll lead will narrow as the election draws nearer. My colleagues should take the point and hold their nerve.

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As published by Conservative Home On New Year’s Day, I wrote to all my Conservative colleagues in the Commons. I did so as I could see the relentless infighting would only lead to one thing – oblivion at the ballot box. I argued that if we entered the New Year as a united party, a […]

David Davis MP writes for the Telegraph on the Government’s approach to resolving the Horizon Scandal

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As published by the Telegraph In recent weeks the Post Office Horizon scandal has, at long last, shot to the top of the political agenda. The public’s attention has understandably been grabbed by the awful story of the postmasters who were bullied and abused by the state – some so severely that they took their […]

David Davis MP writes for the Express on the Post Office Horizon scandal

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As published in the Express The Post Office Horizon scandal is the most widespread miscarriage of justice in British history. Nine hundred Post Office branch managers were wrongly handed criminal convictions after faulty Horizon accounting software made it seem money was missing from their branches. Some went to prison before the truth emerged. Some committed […]

David Davis MP writes for the Mirror on the Post Office Horizon scandal

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As published in the Daily Mirror Millions of TV viewers across the country were left appalled as they heard the story of the most widespread miscarriage of justice in British history. ITV’s docudrama, Mr Bates Vs The Post Office, brought home the sheer horror of Post Office Horizon scandal. Nine hundred Post Office branch managers […]

David Davis MP writes for the Times on the need to proscribe the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps

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As published in the Times Iranian-sponsored terrorism has long been a menace. There are growing signs it has reached Europe and the UK. It must be dealt with swiftly. On November 9, the former vice-president of the European parliament, Alejo Vidal-Quadras, was shot in Madrid. In hospital, he claimed Iran had ordered his assassination, noting […]