Brexit Secretary David Davis has suggested that some manifesto pledges may be ‘pruned away’, after Thursday’s election result left the Conservatives eight seats short of a majority.
‘We have been given an instruction by the British people, we have got to carry it out’.
‘That may mean that some elements of the manifesto will be pruned away, shall we say’.
When asked during a radio interview if the so called ‘dementia tax’ would be pruned, Mr. Davis said:
‘I’m not going to prune it on air’.
However, he went on top say that ‘the public gave a decision, we have to respect that decision. We are democrats’.
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