David Davis MP welcomes £188 million investment to slash carbon emissions in Yorkshire and the Humber

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David Davis MP welcomes the news that Yorkshire and the Humber is to benefit from a £188 million investment as part of an ambitious blueprint to deliver the world’s first low-carbon industrial sector and to cut emissions from public buildings like schools and hospitals. Of the £188 million, £154.3 million will go towards 42 projects […]

David Davis MP attends the launch of the Barclays ‘Flex’ Van in Cottingham

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On Thursday 4 March 2021, David Davis MP visited the new Barclays ‘Flex’ Van at Cottingham Market. The ‘Flex’ Van, a mobile community outreach service providing banking guidance, will visit Cottingham on market days. It has been introduced to mitigate the impact the local branch’s closure will have on residents. The ‘Flex’ Van was introduced […]

David Davis MP welcomes £300,000 scheme improving pedestrian facilities at South Cave A63 Junction

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In October 2020, David Davis visited the junction of the A1034 and A63 in South Cave. In January 2020 this junction was redesigned as part of a Highways England scheme aimed at improving pedestrian facilities at the junction and slowing traffic merging onto the A63. However, the pedestrian improvements had not been delivered and whilst […]

David Davis MP speaks at the Westminster Higher Education Forum

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As published in The Times Higher Education: Conservative MP David Davis has predicted that the review of post-18 education in England will “look harder at variable fees” but has warned of the “headlines” that would follow if the reform led to the closure of some universities. The former Brexit secretary, who voted against the trebling […]

David Davis MP delivers the fifth annual Margaret Thatcher Centre Lecture

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I first met Margaret Thatcher when I was in my early 20s. She was Secretary of State for Education, and I was a Conservative student leader. They were very different times. The country was in a parlous state. At home industrial unrest was rife, and strikes were common. Economic growth was weak and inflation was […]