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Most recent annotations on things by David Davis

  • Lee Maguire: The article Mr Davis refers to is: Track crime on net or we’ll see more people die. (4 December 2012)
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  • Donald Hardie: If David Davis would care to investigate the truth of this case by reading the various court judgements against Miss Eweida, I would hope that he would then apologise to BA and show concern for... (12 July 2012)
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  • David Mery: The New Scientist article referred to is Unreliable evidence? Time to open up DNA databases. (19 January 2010)
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  • David Mery: This refers to the excellent GeneWatch UK submission to Home Affairs Committee: the National DNA Database (doc) available on the GeneWatch page on this bill. (19 January 2010)
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  • douglas sloan: It is more than shabby and inappropriate, and it is cetainly no joke for equitable policyholders who require justice as described by the Ombudsman but are denied it by this Maverick Government.... (21 May 2009)
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  • douglas sloan: It would appear that the Government are willing to risk the anger of 1.5 million ex Equitable policyholders who are also voters. To add insult to injury 10% only of the still living members... (21 May 2009)
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  • mick angel: Thank you Mr. Davis for raising it. (5 February 2009)
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  • mick angel: At last. Someone lifts a rock and some nasty things crawl away... (5 February 2009)
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  • Raymond Bray: I have to say that this make sense to me. With Labours track record of misplacing/losing sensitive documents is it any wonder that the electorate does not wish to get involved with ID cards. No... (24 October 2008)
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  • Ann Onymous: Any excellent summary of his views. I doubt he would regret this being his final speech in parliament, not that that is likely, but possible. (12 June 2008)
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  • Andrew Maggs: It is refreshing that finally in this debate a member is prepared to stand up for justice and freedom, thank you David. (3 April 2008)
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  • A Baker: Knee-jerk law making always ends with the innocent majority being punished, While law breakers get silly sentences maximums which are seldom imposed or served, when there should be robust... (17 October 2007)
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  • Anthony Ridley: It seems to me that since the knee-jerk act making the ownership of handguns illegal the use of handguns for criminal purposes has gone up and thousands of law abiding and responsible citizens... (16 October 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: How much effort is being made to stop the import of guns and gun parts, and to aprehend the distributers? (16 October 2007)
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  • C Whitehouse: I feel compelled to point out to the honourable gentleman that the BCS is a survey of victims of crime. As such victims of murder may struggle to take part... (20 July 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: Sir, May I point out that people with mental illness are detained longer than 10 days even though the majority pose no danger to the public. I should also like to draw your attention to the... (11 June 2007)
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  • Vaci : There was an even bigger problem with the communication between the police and Mr de Menezes. The police claim they shouted a warning just before they shot him repeatedly in the head, but... (6 December 2006)
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  • Alix Cull: Further to my previous comments on the 13rd,October. What will the Conservatives do to prevent the illegal import of ilegal drugs which are damaging our youth and our society in general? Also the... (25 November 2006)
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  • Alix Cull: Is the hon.Mr.Davis aware that 11% of people in prison are suffering from severe mental illness (schizophrenia) and also others with less severe mental health problems. These people should not be... (25 October 2006)
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  • Pauline Campbell: Yes, Mr David Davis, I agree there are problems: violation of the Human Rights Act 1998 is causing the deaths of vulnerable people in the so-called care of the State, to say nothing of the... (27 September 2006)
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  • R Griffiths: Point taken. I hope they do carry through on their commitment. If they win. (3 April 2006)
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  • Donna Kelly: I believe that David Davis made the right call. In order to avoid the strategic defeat of having the entire issue put to bed right now, the Opposition has ensured that this vile and iniquitious... (2 April 2006)
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  • R Griffiths: His previous statement has re-affirmed that he doesn't give a damn about civil liberties but is planning to use this scheme as an election platform. He's putting being in power before any... (30 March 2006)
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  • R Griffiths: Nice of the Tories to lay their cards on the line. How dare they play so fast and lose with our freedoms just to improve their odds of re-election. They're using this issue as a political... (30 March 2006)
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  • Tom Morris: Quick, everybody, write that down. The previous history of the Tories is that they are just as infringing of our civil liberties as the current lot. Let's keep our eyes peeled for that in their... (30 March 2006)
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