David Davis MP writes on what we must do to reinvigorate the Conservative Party

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As published by the Daily Telegraph: No one, not even the Prime Minister if he was being honest, would have told you they expected a good result for the Conservatives in these local elections. We are in mid term, experiencing record inflation and skyrocketing household bills. What is important now is that we learn from […]

David Davis MP Writes for The Times Red Box Against Rwanda Offshoring

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As published on Times Red Box: In his speech in Kent last week, the prime minister described his new plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda as an “innovative approach made possible by Brexit freedoms.” But the plan is fraught with practical problems, beset by moral dilemmas and hamstrung by extortionate costs. And outsourcing our […]

David Davis MP writes on using British oil and gas reserves to get to Net Zero

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As published by the Sunday Express: IN A few days Boris Johnson will decide on the UK’s future energy policy, after what appears to have been a long-running battle with the Treasury. The policy will attempt three things. Secure our energy supplies. Protect families. And help us reach Net-Zero. It’s an immense set of challenges. […]

David Davis MP writes for the Sunday Express about the issues with the Online Safety Bill

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As published in The Sunday Express: At long last, the Government has published the much anticipated Online Safety Bill. The Secretary of State in charge of this Bill, Nadine Dorries, has put it at the heart of her agenda. As it stands, the Bill could be the biggest accidental curtailment of free speech in modern […]

David Davis MP writes on why any company, working for oligarchs, found to be breaking rules must face the full force of the law

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As published by The Sun: SIX weeks ago, I led a debate in the House of Commons about wealthy oligarchs abusing the UK’s legal system to ruthlessly crush their opponents. During that debate, my colleague, Bob Seely, named some of the London based firms offering their services to “some of the most unsavoury human beings […]