Rwanda flights are fair and will deter bogus asylum seekers

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As published in the Telegraph Britain is a dynamic, generous and outward-looking country. That has, and always will be, the case. We have led the world in giving asylum to those fleeing war, abuse and torture. Most recently we have taken in thousands of people through our Ukraine, Hong Kong, Afghanistan and Syria schemes. However, […]

The UAE is not fit to own The Daily Telegraph

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As published in the Telegraph The Telegraph is one of the most important and respected newspapers in the country. For a great many people across the UK, it is the first thing they look at in the morning and where they get their daily feed of news. As such, what is printed in these pages […]

Covid inquiry must not shut down idea of China lab leak

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As published in the Sun The UK’s Covid Inquiry is rapidly turning into the most expensive reality TV show in history. £100 million just to see ministers, civil servants and so-called experts squabbling over who’s to blame? I’d rather watch ‘I’m a Celeb’. I said way back in early 2021 that we would be better […]

David Davis MP writes for ConservativeHome about the Prime Minister’s speech at Conservative Party Conference 2023

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As published on ConservativeHome The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees possibility in every difficulty. The announcements set out by the Prime Minister in Manchester have confirmed that he is an optimist, unafraid to take difficult decisions that will ultimately drive our country forward towards a brighter future. The decision that the […]

David Davis MP writes for the Guardian on the need for competition in the print media industry

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As printed in the Guardian In 1931, the then leader of the Conservative party, Stanley Baldwin, made a speech in which he warned of the danger of letting a few individuals dominate the newspaper industry. What such people were seeking, he said, was “power, and power without responsibility – the prerogative of the harlot throughout […]