Former Brexit secretaries David Davis and Dominic Raab are among those backing the so-called 'A Better Deal', a pamphlet setting out proposals for an alternative EU Withdrawal Agreement. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis remains tight-lipped over which way he'll vote in tonight's no-confidence motion but says there must be a 'reset' in Brexit negotiations. Report by Andersons. Like..
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis says the current Brexit withdrawal agreement is a "bogus prospectus" for Britain that will keep the country as "nothing more than a satellite state ruled from afar"...
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis joined the pro-Brexit European Research Group in lobbying the Prime Minister to renegotiate the terms of her deal with the EU. He said the current deal doesn't meet..
David Davis and Dominic Raab jointly collected Cabinet resignation of the year for quitting over the Brexit deal, while Tracey Crouch was also rewarded for quitting over FOBTs. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Antiques Road Trip expert and artist David Harper, 50, of County Durham, wanted to sculpt a Roman emperor using just his imagination. But his finished work looked more like David Davis. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Mr Johnson (pictured) and Mr Davis, who both left the Cabinet in protest at the PM's Brexit plans, are said to have made plans in case Mrs May is toppled this week amid ongoing turmoil in Westminster. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Dominic Raab, pictured, was viewed with suspicion by figures within Downing Street because of his links to David Davis. Friends of Raab complain he was sidelined by Theresa May in finalising the deal. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The former Brexit secretary took to Twitter to reveal he'd spent several days in Washington talking to US Government Trade and Treasury officials - despite the fact he's not in government. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The Brexit Secretary quit in dismay at 'fatal flaws' in the draft withdrawal deal with Brussels, despite spending months in negotiations after he replaced David Davis in July. Credit: MailOnline - Published