- Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson have resigned from Theresa May’s government.
- Both opposed her Brexit strategy of seeking as close as trade relationship with the EU as possible without accepting free movement of EU nationals.
- It is unclear if the EU could accept that proposal, but it went too far for Davis and Johnson anyway.
- Steve Baker, a junior minister in the Department for Exiting the EU, also resigned.
- May could now face a leadership challenge.
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