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 […]

David Davis MP demands new legislation to end prosecutions of Army Veterans

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As published in The Sun: The power-sharing deal to restore the Northern ­Ireland Assembly for the first time in three years is almost entirely good news for the province. It comes with a generous £2billion package of subsidies. But in the middle of the deal is one element that has raised enormous concern. It is […]

David Davis MP: If the Government does not intervene on the Loan Charge, MPs will be forced to find a legislative route

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As published in Politics Home: The loan charge is a legislative, operational and communications failure on a grand scale by HMRC, writes David Davis MP. For months many thousands of people across the country will have been eagerly awaiting the publication of the independent review of the Loan Charge. But they will be bitterly disappointed […]

David Davis MP writes an article for The Sunday Times

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David Davis MP writes in The Sunday Times discussing why we should bring British children in Syria back to the UK. As published in The Sunday Times: Innocents abandoned today will become our foes tomorrow When the British charity worker arrived in the tent, the first child he saw was a boy of around four […]