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Brexit Minister’s Resignation States May’s Brexit Policies Weakening The Country’s Stance


The Brexit Minister David Davis has expressed his resignation in writing.

On Monday, 09 July 2018, David Davis, the Brexit Minister, informed that he tendered his resignation to the government. The reason behind his resignation, as mentioned by him is that according to him, the policies put in place by the Prime Minister Theresa May were creating a damaging effect on the Britain’s “exit negotiations with Brussels”. As a result, after the country quits the bloc, the parliament will not have the true powers.
The Office of the Prime Minister Theresa May, published the resignation letter of Davis, wherein he writes:
“The general direction of policy will leave us in at best a weak negotiating position, and possibly an inescapable one”.
“In my view the inevitable consequence of the proposed policies will be to make the supposed control by Parliament illusory rather than real.”

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