David Davis

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David Davis

The Brexit Secretary was warned when he took up the Cabinet post that all members of the failing Brussels bloc would try to gain access to his phone calls and listen in on his private chats.

Top Whitehall civil servant Oliver Robbins – who works for Davis in the Department for Exiting the European Union and formerly worked as deputy National Security Adviser – told the 67-year-old he was a “painted man”.

Mr Davis is a key figure in Brexit negotiations and was brought in by Theresa May to help draft up new deals once Article 50 is triggered.

Any potential information other EU states may have on what the British Government wants out of Brexit could give them the upper hand in any negotiations.

EU states are expected not to conduct spying operations on one another but there is evidence this advice is not followed by member nations.

GCHQ was accused of bugging a laptop used by an aide who worked for Angela Merkel last year.

The German Chancellor’s own office has also been accused of monitoring emails and telephone calls made by Francois Hollande along with other EU officials.

David Davis is set to meet with the heads of state for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to give assurances over the type of Brexit deal that will be struck.

Both Scotland and Northern Ireland both voted to remain in the bureaucratic Brussels bloc and the meetings are set to quash any fears Remoaners may have about Brexit.

It will be the first meeting in two years that the Prime Minister will meet with Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon, Wales’s Carwyn Jones and Belfast’s Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness.

The Prime Minister is set to quash any rumours that a final set of Brexit proposals have been agreed upon, and will say at the summit that “contrary to some speculation, no final decisions have been taken”.

Theresa May said: “The great union between us has been the cornerstone of our prosperity in the past – and it is absolutely vital to our success in the future.

“The country is facing a negotiation of tremendous importance and it is imperative that the devolved administrations play their part in making it work.”

She will also claim Britain will not have to compromise between free trade and immigration control – and that the UK can win on both.

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Published at Mon, 24 Oct 2016 00:40:41 +0000

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