David appears on Sunday Politics following Pinto-Duchinsky resignation from Human Rights Commission

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David appeared on BBC’s Sunday Politics, voicing his doubts that the Human Rights Commission will increase parliament’s democratic influence over our human rights. His statement comes following the resignation of Michael Pinto-Duchinsky amidst claims that the views of parliamentarians that human rights should be ‘brought home’, have been thwarted by the Ministry of Justice. The […]

David criticises changes to Google privacy policy

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David claimed that “if the state collected the amount of information on individuals as Google does there would be uproar”, in response to Google’s change in privacy policy on Thursday. The change means that private data collected by one Google service can be shared with its other platforms, including Youtube and Gmail. He further commented […]

David continues campaign for Brough workers as BAe ends consultation

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David appeared on local radio stations BBC Radio Humberside and KCFM, and BBC’s Look North news programme, to continue the fight to save local Brough jobs. As BAe announced the end of its ‘consultation period’, David and Alan Johnson- MP for Hull West and Hessle- wrote to Ian King, chief executive of the company, to […]

David appears on BBC Radio Humberside to talk about onshore wind power

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David appeared on BBC Radio Humberside’s Peter Levy show to talk about onshore wind energy. He described tha backlash against this form of energy production, which is inefficient, expensive and blights the countryside. David went on to say that onshore wind is often least productive when energy is most needed- i.e. during very cold, still […]

David appears on Sky News to talk about the Christopher Tappin case

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David appeared on Sky News to talk about extradition to the US in relation to the Christopher Tappin case. David said that the case is “not justice as I understand it”, and questioned why Mr Tappin, whose alleged crimes took place in Britain, could not be tried in this country. He stated that ministers should […]