David Davis MP writes about his prescription for a Covid Plan B: A strategic dose of vitamin D.

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As published by Conservative Home: Remdesivir, the much-touted anti-Covid drug, has failed its tests, and has been shown not to prevent any deaths. Vaccines, touted for September, are now delayed at least until the second half of the winter, will be rationed, and are expected to be only partially effective. Meanwhile, the various lockdown strategies […]

David Davis MP writes on scrapping quarantine and introducing airport testing to boost the economy

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As published in The Times Red Box: Now that the government has accepted the need for much more parliamentary scrutiny over the lockdown measures, it is time to make the case for freedom. One of the most damaging effects of Covid-19 is its corrosive destruction of global free trade. For more than 30 years the […]

David Davis MP writes on how The Conservative Party must support small businesses and entrepreneurs who will drive the UK’s post-coronavirus recovery

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As published in The Express: As we come out of the Coronavirus crisis and begin to rebuild an economy that had come grinding to a halt, the Conservative Party will need to remember its roots. We have always been, and we must always be, the Party of small business, the Party of the self-employed, and […]

David Davis MP and Matt Ridley write on how correcting Britain’s Vitamin D deficiency could save thousands of lives

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As published in the Sunday Telegraph: As we face six tough months of curfews, isolation and economic misery, with vaccines a distant hope, testing struggling to control the virus, and the hospitalisation rate once again rising, it’s surely time to try anything reasonable to slow the pandemic down. There is one chemical that is known […]

David Davis MP comments on why torture must be excluded from the remit of the Overseas Operations Bill

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As published in The Times: The British Army’s motto is “Be the Best”. That’s the standard our heroes live by and sometimes lay down their lives for. But being the best isn’t just about strength, numbers or equipment. It is also about values. One of those values is that British soldiers do not torture people. […]