Contact Dom

If you want to send Dom your views, comments or raise an issue with him as your MP, please write to him at: dominic.raab.mp@parliament.uk.You can also contact Dom about local surgeries, by calling 0207 219 7069. To sign up for Dom’s monthly bulletin, click here. If you want more information on how to support, or […]

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Reviews of, comment on ‘The Assault on Liberty’

Below, you can find a selection of reviews of – and comment on – The Assault on Liberty: Henry Porter, The Observer The Sunday Times Christmas 2009 Recommendations Review – The Sunday Times Review – The Observer Review – Total Politics Review – The Independent Review – Tribune Magazine The Economist The Australian Phil Johnston, […]

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Interviews and debate

You can find, below, a range of interviews and debates – from London to Australia – in which Dom defends Britain’s proud tradition of freedom: Debating with Shami Chakrabati in The Guardian Debating with Charles Clarke, Today Programme Interview, Sunday Herald Interview, PM Program, ABC Radio, Australia Law Society Gazette – Roger Smith’s Review … […]

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Recent articles

Dom has written widely on civil liberties, equality and human rights. Please find, below, a selection of recent articles: ConHome, 16 Aug 2009 – the erosion of Britain’s tradition of liberty Modern Convention on Liberty, 5 March 2009 – the risk of judicial legislation International Herald Tribune, 7 Feb 2009 – comparing the defence of […]

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Launched At Last !

Today, after months of toil, I finally launched The Assault on Liberty – What Went Wrong With Rights at the Institute for Economic Affairs. My thanks to John Blundell for hosting the event. I await the reviews, but so far it has been positively received on both the right and the left: ‘A clear-headed and […]

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About the Blog

A lawyer, policy adviser and author, this blog is my personal notebook. I set it up when I published my first book, The Assault on Liberty – What Went Wrong With Rights, in 2009. You can find details of the book, articles and reviews on the site – as well as what I have been […]

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About Dom

Born and raised in Bucks, Dom went to Dr Challoners Grammar School in Amersham. He studied law at Oxford and for a Masters at Cambridge, winning the Clive Parry Prize for International Law. Outside the lecture halls, Dom captained the university karate team and boxed. Law in the City Dom started his career as an […]

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