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David Davis says the UK hasn't produced a single Brexit impact assessment as he's 'not a fan' of them

David Davis says Brexit impact papers on individual sectors do not exist. The Brexit Secretary has previously claimed that assessments exist in "excruciating" detail. Davis told MPs that he is "not a fan" of economic models. Government did not assess impact of leaving customs union before Cabinet decided to make it Brexit policy, Davis said.   LONDON — Brexit Secretary David Davis said today that the UK government has not produced a single economic assessment into how Brexit might impact individual sectors of the British economy.
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