David Davis MP discusses outcomes of Prime Minister’s confidence vote with LBC’s Andrew Marr

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As published by the Daily Express: BORIS Johnson’s Government will either adopt a paralysed or a populist way of governing if he survives the no-confidence vote, David Davis has warned. Former Brexit Secretary and former Chairman of the Conservative Party, David Davis, warned of two possible case scenarios after the confidence vote, should Prime Minister […]

David Davis MP reacts to Prime Minister’s confidence vote

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As published by LBC: Former Brexit secretary David Davis has warned the UK could end up with a “paralysed or populist government” if Boris Johnson wins the confidence vote. The backbench MP, who has publicly called on the Prime Minister to resign multiple times, said it is “possible” that Boris Johnson could lose the vote […]

David Davis MP urges Ministers to reinstate £20 Universal Credit uplift

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As published by The Yorkshire Post: Conservative MP David Davis has called on the Government to reintroduce the £20 uplift to Universal Credit later this year in response to the cost-of-living crisis. The weekly uplift was paid to Universal Credit claimants between March 2020 and October 2021 in response to the pandemic. Almost six million […]

David Davis MP raises concerns about reforms to espionage laws

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As published by the Evening Standard: The UK cannot be “passive in the face of malign covert activity” from hostile states, Home Secretary Priti Patel is expected to say, as she calls on MPs to back “vitally important measures” to overhaul espionage laws and bolster security powers. First introduced in the Queen’s Speech last month, […]

David Davis MP comments on further problems ahead for Prime Minister Boris Johnson

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As published by the Daily Express: BORIS Johnson has been warned the “problems keep coming” as ex-Brexit boss David Davis predicts the Prime Minister will be gone by Autumn. David Davis warned the are further problems ahead for Boris Johnson who is facing increasing hostility from his own MPs, with Tory whips said to be […]