David Davis declared he could not support the deal drawn up by May
to unite her divided cabinet, saying it involved too close a relationship with the EU and gave only an illusion of control being returned to the UK after Brexit.
, 9 July, 2018
The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May has been plunged into turmoil with the resignation of two senior Cabinet ministers, exposing a deep and perilous split over her Brexit strategy.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson quit on Monday, saying in his resignation letter that the Brexit "dream is dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt."
ANU Centre for European Studies Associate Director and Brexit expert Dr Annmarie Elijah made a number of media contributions as the story unfolded:
CNN, 9 July
Voice of America, 10 July
ABC Canberra radio, 10 July
Sky News live, 10 July
ABC's 7.30, 10 July
2CC Canberra radio, 11 July