David Davis returns to Brussels for Brexit talks as Government descends into all-out war

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A Cabinet minister has criticised his Conservative colleagues for leaking details of sensitive conversations as the Government descended into all-out war. Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary, said “no one should be discussing on or off…

Brexit talks resume: Get down to business, David Davis urges


Brexit Secretary David Davis is in Brussels for the second round of talks with the EU.

David Davis leaves Brussels after less than an hour of Brexit talks

Minister’s early departure was planned so he could vote in parliament, a Brexit department spokeswoman said

Cabinet divided as Davis tackles fresh Brexit talks

Sky News

Britain is embarking on the first full round of Brexit negotiations, as the Cabinet remains in all-out war over the Government's negotiating strategy.

'Perfectly normal!' Brexit ministry defends Davis over two-hour meeting with EU's Barnier

Daily Express

BRITISH officials today shrugged off criticism of David Davis' flying visit to Brussels which included talks with his EU counterpart Michel Barnier that lasted less than two hours.

'Wait three days' Barnier tight-lipped as Davis vows to fight for UK as Brexit talks begin

Daily Express / News

BREXIT Secretary David Davis has vowed to "get down to work" as intense negotiations with EU officials continue in Brussels.

David Davis wants 'real progress' on rights of EU citizens post Brexit as talks resume in Brussels

ITV / News

David Davis will attempt to reassure EU negotiators over Britain's plan to guarantee the future rights of EU nationals living in the UK.

Embarrassing moment for David Davis as top Tory is pictured sitting down for Brexit talks... without any notes

Mirror Online

Brexit Secretary David Davis has been pictured sitting down note-less for Brussels negotiations... while EU chiefs grip huge sheafs of paper across the table

David Davis Is 'Thick As Mince' Says Vote Leave Campaign Chief Dominic Cummings

Brexit Secretary David Davis is “thick as mince” and “lazy as a toad”, according to the brains behind the Vote Leave campaign.

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