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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Regional Airports (23 Sep 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether her Department is taking steps to help keep (a) Doncaster Sheffield Airport and (b) other regional transport hubs open.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Coronavirus: Surveys (8 Sep 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of 21 April 2022 to Question 153746, on Coronavirus: Surveys, if he will publish the timetable for sharing information on polling commissioned by the Government at the start of the covid-19 outbreak.

Jagtar Singh Johal (7 Sep 2022)

David Davis: I associate myself with every word uttered by the hon. Member for West Dunbartonshire (Martin Docherty-Hughes). Let us be clear: we cannot talk about the case, but the allegation is clear. The allegation is that the British Government were complicit in the provision of information to the Indian Government knowing that it might be used for torture and in a capital case. The point is that this...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Question (6 Sep 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, if she will make an assessment of the potential level of support required by Ukraine to rebuild and recover from Russia's invasion.

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (6 Sep 2022)

David Davis: After the second world war, the biggest moral defeat visited on Soviet Russia was the creation of a successful, democratic, capitalist free state in West Germany. It cost billions of pounds under the Marshall plan. It will undoubtedly cost hundreds of billions of pounds to rebuild Ukraine, but what better way to defeat Russian aggression than to create a model free state in Ukraine in the...

Home Department: Small Boat Crossings (5 Sep 2022)

David Davis: What steps her Department is taking to reduce the number of people crossing the English channel in small boats.

Home Department: Small Boat Crossings (5 Sep 2022)

David Davis: In view of the uncertainty as to who will fill the Government Front Bench in the coming days and weeks, I will break the rules a bit by asking the Home Secretary to accept my thanks for her robust management of the most difficult Department of State. That is not to say that we always agree on everything, particularly on Rwanda, but we do agree that we must take back control, or keep control,...

Written Answers — Home Office: Extradition: USA (14 Jul 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people have been extradited from the (a) UK to the US and (b) US to the UK in each year since 2003.

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 19 - Duties to protect news publisher content (12 Jul 2022)

David Davis: I join everybody else in welcoming the Under-Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, my hon. Friend the Member for Folkestone and Hythe (Damian Collins), to the Front Bench. He is astonishingly unusual in that he is both well-intentioned and well-informed, a combination we do not always find among Ministers. I will speak to my amendments to the Bill. I am perfectly willing...

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 19 - Duties to protect news publisher content (12 Jul 2022)

David Davis: That is exactly what the Minister said earlier and, indeed, said to me yesterday when we spoke about this issue. I do not deny that, but this line of argument ignores the unintended consequences that the Bill may have. Its stated aim is to achieve reductions in online harm, not just illegal content. Page 106 of the Government’s impact assessment lists a reduction in the prevalence of legal...

Points of Order (12 Jul 2022)

David Davis: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. We now have a caretaker Government who have given themselves a self-denying ordinance not to do anything controversial or change policy in any way. Today we have before us, with Report just coming up, an extraordinarily controversial piece of legislation that really should wait for the new, appropriate Government to deal with it in the future. Is there any...

Prime Minister: Engagements (6 Jul 2022)

David Davis: I would like to draw the Prime Minister’s attention to the words he used in response to the earlier question from my hon. Friend the Member for East Worthing and Shoreham (Tim Loughton). Six months ago, I called on the Prime Minister to resign because even then it was clear that his approach to leadership and integrity was already creating a pipeline of problems that would paralyse proper...

Post Office: Compensation for Horizon Scandal (30 Jun 2022)

David Davis: I have watched many Ministers do a good job at the Dispatch Box, but it takes a very special Minister to take an issue such as this to heart and really make it move, as this Minister has. The compensation that he talks about is long overdue, particularly for litigants—he knows that I represent one of them—and it will go a good way to correcting some of the historical injustices in this...

Treasury: Topical Questions (28 Jun 2022)

David Davis: The laws around IR35 are loosely defined, and it looks as though Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is using the tribunals and courts to pin down the case law on it. The effect is that I now know of a number of people whose legal bills are many times what their original tax bill might have been. This is impoverishing them, and in some cases bankrupting them, and obviously it is terrifying...

Bill of Rights (22 Jun 2022)

David Davis: My right hon. Friend started by talking about the 2012 declaration on subsidiarity. He will remember that that flowed directly from action in this Chamber to push back against prisoner votes, of which I think he was a major part. We have not seen the detail of this Bill of Rights, but there are two Conservative tests for it. First, the Conservatives do not believe in an overmighty state,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency: Standards (21 Jun 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what the average time taken was for the DVLA to process a driving licence application in each of the last three years.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency: Standards (21 Jun 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what proportion of driving licence applications initiated with the DVLA were resolved within (a) two weeks, (b) four weeks, (c) eight weeks, (d) 12 weeks and (e) more than 12 weeks in each year between 2018 and 2022.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency: Standards (21 Jun 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what proportion of driving licence applications initiated with the DVLA were resolved within (a) two weeks, (b) four weeks, (c) eight weeks, (d) 12 weeks and (e) more than 12 weeks in the calendar year 2022.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Powers of Attorney (21 Jun 2022)

David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what the average time is for the Office of the Public Guardian to approve a lasting power of attorney.


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