David Davis MP says the Government would be very unwise to ignore Huawei rebels

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As reported in CityAM: The government would be “very unwise” to ignore Conservative rebels on Huawei, even if Downing Street wins today’s key vote, David Davis has warned. Speaking just hours before MPs debated an amendment designed to force the government’s hand on 5G, banning it from using “high risk vendors” after 31 December 2022, […]

David Davis MP calls for investment in social housing.

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As reported in The Sun: Tory MPs today demanded Rishi Sunak uses his Budget to kick start a council house building boom to repay voters’ trust. In a stinging letter to the Chancellor, 27 Tory MPs from across the party say the Government is failing to provide enough cheap houses. The record collapse in the […]

David Davis MP supports an amendment which would see ‘high-risk vendors’ like Huawei from the UK 5G network

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As reported in the Daily Mail: Boris Johnson is facing the prospect of his first Commons rebellion since the general election over his decision to allow Huawei a role in building the UK’s 5G network. Former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith has tabled an amendment that would ban ‘high-risk vendors’ like the Chinese tech […]

David Davis MP urges the Chancellor to abandon the vehicle excise duty on new motorhomes

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Furious MPs today demand new chancellor Rishi Sunak axe an EU-imposed tax that has added almost £2,000 to the cost of a new motorhome and hand a post-Brexit boost to British businesses. Under a green Brussels regulation change last September the vehicle excise duty for new campervans rocked from £265 in the first year to […]

David Davis MP discusses the current Brexit negotiations with the Financial Times

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As reported in the Financial Times: Both sides in the Brexit trade talks signed off their negotiating mandates on Tuesday, paving the way for the opening of formal discussions next week. We already know there are fundamental differences to bridge: the UK says it wants no compromise when it comes to setting its own rules […]