Report: Top official moves from UK's Brexit ministry to PM May's office

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September 18, 2017 14:05
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LONDON - Oliver Robbins, the top official at Britain's Brexit ministry, has quit his job and will take up a new co-ordinating role at Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street office, the Evening Standard newspaper reported on Monday.

The Brexit ministry had no immediate comment on the report.

The Evening Standard reported that the move by Robbins followed disagreements between the influential official and Brexit minister David Davis, Britain's chief negotiator in talks with the European Union.

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