David Davis resigns & Twitter reacts…he isn’t getting much love

As David Davis resigned from his Brexit role, Twitter came alive and it was almost impossible to find anything positive to say about him, so here are a selection of some of the best Tweets on the subject. Enjoy, unless you are David of course.


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  1. Ken Johnson

    Sad that the Majority of comments are from people who work for biased BBC the same BBC where we pay their over inflated wages. We all know the BBC accepts money from the EU and does not want Brexit. maybe the 17.4 Million who voted for Brexit should withhold their Compulsory Tax/Licence Fee the BBC would fold without their money. Time the BBC was sold off. It must be worth at least £5 Billion if not more, that money could go to the NHS.

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