David Davis
age: 69 years
European Conservatives and Reformists
United Kingdom
UK Secreatry of State for Exiting the EU
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Nationality: UK
Party: ECR
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The unanswered question in Davis' Vienna speech

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 08:12:00 PM

At the moment - half way through the much vaunted speeches and nearly half way through the entire Article 50 process - David Davis has only hinted at the fundamental decision that needs to be made by the Government. Trust built up over decades is, for Mr Davis, a currency that can enable Britain to....
David Davis promises Brexit will not throw Britain into a 'Mad Max dystopia' Business Insider UK

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 03:02:00 PM

However, the Brexit Secretary will seek to reassure the fears of Brexiteers that Britain will seek to remain completely aligned with EU rules after Brexit. "The agreement we strike will not be about how to build convergence but what to do when one of us wants to make changes to rules," he said.
David Davis: Bullish wheel-greaser or Brexit fall guy? The Guardian

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 03:02:00 PM

“I feel it is time to get annoyed with Mr Davis,” wrote Thatcher biographer Charles Moore recently. “For ages now, he has been flying from meeting to meeting, speaking at dinner after dinner, staying late at party after party, encouraging his bonhomous reassurance to be favourably contrasted with Mrs May’s anxious gloom.
Pound to US dollar exchange rate: Sterling slides as David Davis insists Brexit will not spark 'Mad Max-style' dystopia for UK market

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 01:40:00 PM

lost more than a cent against the dollar dropping to $1.3992 from a high of $1.4099 as markets closed on Monday. The pound was slightly up on the Euro as the Brexit Secretary delivered his speech to EU leaders in Vienna. It increased to €1.1338 after closing at €1.2338 on Monday.
Britain promises no 'Mad Max style' deregulation after Brexit

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:54:00 AM

Brexit secretary David Davis has rejecting ideas of a “race to the bottom” in areas such as workers’ rights and environmental standards after the UK leaves the EU. AFP / Steve Parsons. Fears that post-Brexit Britain will be "plunged into a Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction" are unfounded, David Davis will say on Tuesday.
Esme Hornbeam retweeted
Tue Feb 20 23:38:07 +0000 2018
MUST-WATCH: David Davis claimed today that Brexit won't be a 'race to the bottom' for workers' rights - but where could p…
The 48% - #FBPE #StopBrexit retweeted
Tue Feb 20 23:38:07 +0000 2018
If David Davis and his colleagues cannot deliver the Brexit they have promised, then everyone has every right to keep an o…
Rachel retweeted
Tue Feb 20 23:38:07 +0000 2018
If David Davis doesn't want a Mad Max Dystopia, I think it's high-time the British people were told which dystopia he does…
Cathy Mullin retweeted
Tue Feb 20 23:38:06 +0000 2018
"UK Brexit won't be like Mad Max" says David Davis. He's absolutely right. Mad Max made a profit
Harry Croall retweeted
Tue Feb 20 23:37:57 +0000 2018
David Davis is ex-forces and put his life on the line for Queen and Country whereas you sell crisps that make kids morbidly…