UK Brexit minister David Davis resigns

Key aide to PM May quits 2 days after approval of plan to keep strong economic ties with EU

Britain’s Secretary of State for Departing the EU David Davis arrives in Downing Street in London, June 26, 2018.

London: Britain’s Brexit minister David Davis has resigned two days after the cabinet approved a plan to keep strong economic ties with the European Union after leaving the bloc, British media reported on Sunday.

Davis, who was appointed two years ago to head up the newly-created Department for Exiting the European Union, had reportedly threatened to quit several times over Prime Minister Theresa May’s stance in Brexit talks.


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