As the Political Scrapbook (PS) site revealed this afternoon, when Brexit Secretary David Davis arrived on 17 July of this year to begin the first round of discussions with EU negotiators he stayed for only an hour before leaving again – to return to London for not one but two meetings with Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre.
According to the department’s paperwork, Davis met Dacre on the afternoon of the 17th and again for dinner the following evening.
The question of the purpose of those meetings is naturally of huge public interest – but so is the question of what he did with the rest of his time.
According to PS, Davis left the meeting by 9am Brussels time on the 17th – which was 8am in London – after meeting EU representatives for only an hour, appeared briefly in a press conference and travelled back to London by Eurostar.
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