David Davis MP writes in The Telegraph on the need to change direction in Brexit negotiations

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As published in The Telegraph: On Friday I flew to Berlin to speak about Brexit to a number of politicians and ministers in the German government. The aircraft was an hour late, air traffic control disrupted by fog, in what seemed like an apt metaphor for the Brexit negotiations, running late in a fog of […]

David Davis MP writes for The Sun on the danger of not fully delivering the Brexit that people voted for

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As published in The Sun: The Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement has been voted down three times. It’s had more comebacks than Frank Sinatra. Even now we are told that it is not dead yet. There is speculation there may well be a showdown next week between the PM’s deal and an insistence that the UK […]

David Davis MP writes for BrexitCentral on why the PM is right to rule out enacting any outcome that fails to deliver on Brexit

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As published on BrexitCentral: On Monday, the Prime Minister said “no government could give a blank cheque to commit to an outcome without knowing what it is, so I cannot commit the Government to delivering the outcome of any votes held by the House, but I do commit to engaging constructively with the process.” She […]

David Davis MP writes for The Telegraph on how the Norway Plus option fails to deliver on Brexit

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As published in The Telegraph: After a famous victory for Norway over England in 1981, Bjørge Lillelien, the Norwegian football commentator, exclaimed: “Lord Nelson! Lord Beaverbrook! Sir Winston Churchill! Sir Anthony Eden! Clement Attlee! Henry Cooper! Lady Diana! Maggie Thatcher – can you hear me, Maggie Thatcher? Your boys took one hell of a beating!” […]

David Davis MP writes for The Telegraph on why the PM should be prepared to leave the EU without a deal if Parliament again votes against her deal

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As published in The Telegraph: There are times in politics when you do not want to be proven right. When I voted for the Prime Minister’s deal last week it was because it was the least worst of a series of bad options. That’s not much of a recommendation, but I took the view that […]