For David Davis, it is all so simple. Writing in the Telegraph last week, the former Brexit secretary – undaunted by his experiences as a minister – was once again dispensing certitudes.

According to Davis, the UK parliament should vote down prime minister, Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement on 15 January and concentrate instead on a no-deal Brexit.

This, Davis believes, is the way the EU will be driven to the negotiating table. ‘This is the moment to be hard-nosed about these issues. The more we prepare to leave the EU without a deal, the more likely a good deal becomes,’ he wrote.

Davis has always been of the view that…

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By |January 10th, 2019|