David Davis MP writes in The Sun urging the Chancellor to invest in social housing and affordable homes.

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Although I started life as a working-class son of a single mother, I believe I have been incredibly lucky, with several British institutions giving me a helping hand to achieve success in life. Education played a big part of that, but the stability provided by my family securing a council house when I was growing […]

David Davis MP writes in PoliticsHome about tomorrow’s Budget.

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As published in PoliticsHome: The Chancellor should use a bold first Budget to fix idiocies in the tax system, absorb the shock of the coronavirus and get Britain match-fit for Brexit, argues David Davis. Rishi Sunak must be getting used to surprises, first with his sudden appointment as Chancellor, now with the extraordinary circumstances for […]

David Davis MP warns that the Huawei deal could be the most devastating security blunder since MI6 hired Philby, Blunt and Burgess.

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As published in the Mail on Sunday: Allowing the Chinese firm Huawei to provide parts of our new national telecoms network is the worst intelligence decision since MI6’s recruitment of Kim Philby. In fact, given our future dependence on so-called ‘fifth generation’ or 5G technology, this failure is worse than Philby and his fellow spies, […]

David Davis MP writes in the Mail on Sunday about the unjust extradition treaty between the UK and US.

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As published in the Mail on Sunday: It has been just over a week since we re-established our status as an independent, sovereign nation, pursuing our own way in the world. And yet, in Westminster Magistrates Court last week, we saw a vivid example of Britain already surrendering its sovereignty, this time over its justice […]

David Davis MP writes in the Evening Standard urging the Home Secretary to delay the extradition of Dr Mike Lynch and reform the UK/US Extradition Treaty

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As published in the Evening Standard: Dr Mike Lynch should be a British success story. He co-founded a data-processing company called Autonomy, which by 2010 was Britain’s largest software company. In 2011, it was sold to HP for £7.1 billion. But later HP claimed that Autonomy was overvalued and sued Lynch for fraud in the […]