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The British public don't have a lot of faith in this Government's ability to negotiate Brexit.
Not only has Theresa May's personal approval rating plummeted since the general election - her strategy has come under criticism from experts and the public say they don't think the Government can andle Brexit.
So it'd probably be good if her Secretary of State for exiting the European Union looked prepared in negotiation photo opportunities.
Ashley Cowburn, a political correspondent for the Independent, observed that he'd failed to bring many papers with him to Brussels for the second round of negotiation talks.
Well, the UK certainly looks prepared for the second round of Brexit talks. https://t.co/wo7P7TidfG — Ashley Cowburn (@Ashley Cowburn)
at least Olly Robbins brought a notebook & pen. There is some hope, I guess. — Ashley Cowburn (@Ashley Cowburn)
The EU team seems to have a lot more papers. And female members. (via @DanielFerrie) https://t.co/ZtvQv7HhOB — Danny Kemp (@Danny Kemp)
@AndrewSparrow It's all in his head. David Davis = massive intellect = doesn't need notes...or sumfin. Rule Britann… https://t.co/8U06ynA2oT — Left a bit... (@Left a bit...)
Davis actually keeps his notes under a tinfoil hat. https://t.co/YMPkbhxHZw — Wil Hartog the Dutch grass farmer (@Wil Hartog the Dutch grass farmer)
@RemainiacsCast David Davis probably wasn't able to open his spy-proof briefcase to access his notes. They forgot t… https://t.co/z2ltTmletL — Nicholas Whithorn (@Nicholas Whithorn)
David Davis: "I don't use notes; I can do Brexit by body language alone." https://t.co/RsoO92hFZ4 — Davey Six-Toes (@Davey Six-Toes)
EU team leader taps notes: "these are all the points we have in our favour."
David Davis: "and these are the ones w… https://t.co/sSvDvSSSuB — jim shelley (@jim shelley)
David Davis has already left Brussels to return to London - due back on Thursday for press conference with Barnier. — Piers Scholfield (@Piers Scholfield)
We wonder why.
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