This page features short written pieces outlining David’s views and comments on certain policy matters. The newest entries appear at the top of the page. Older entries can be found by scrolling down, and by browsing through the different numbered pages.
"Historic" is a frequently abused adjective, but there can be no doubt that the events of 23 – 24 June 2016 will go down as one of the great turning points of British history. ... read more
It has been a long campaign, but now the end is in sight. On 23 June – unless you have already voted by post – you will have your say on whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union. ... read more
The European Union membership referendum will be held on 23 June 2016. Here are five good reasons as to why Britain will be better off leaving the EU. ... read more
One of the most pleasing local developments of recent years has been the progressive improvement of the seafront in Colwyn Bay. However, a proposal that parking charges be introduced along the promenade is a cause for concern. ... read more
It could be said that the Palace of Westminster is the finest neo-Gothic building in the world. However, it is a structure that is showing significant signs of wear and tear, and it requires a major overhaul. ... read more
On 9 May 2016, the House of Commons debated the Government's decision to print and distribute leaflets outlining its case for remaining within the European Union. David Jones MP was one of the Members who spoke during the debate. ... read more
Autism is a condition that affects many people, and one that carries a serious economic and human cost. However, it is likely that helping autistic people to work would enable the country to benefit from a resource that is currently under-used. ... read more
Railway travel is currently enjoying a powerful renaissance. Accordingly, serious consideration should be given to upgrading the railway line along the North Wales coast. ... read more
For centuries, the timing of Easter has been determined by reference to the orbits of the Earth and the Moon, which means that the festival's date can vary by around a month. However, there is a proposal that the timing of Easter should be fixed. ... read more
At the December 2019 General Election, David was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Clwyd West, with an increased vote share of 50.7%.