uk brexit minister david davis has come under fire for heading back to his country only hours after beginning the second round of negotiations with the european union (eu) in brussels, belgium.labour said davis’ hasty return showed that the government of prime minister theresa may was in “disarray” following last month’s general election and could no longer guarantee a good brexit deal.“since the election, the government has been in disarray. there is no agreed cabinet position on vital brexit issues, the negotiating team is not prepared and the prime minister has lost her authority. meanwhile the clock is ticking and the risks are increasing day by day,” said keir starmer, the shadow brexit secretary.“we need a fresh approach and to see real progress in negotiations. that means engaging with the substance of talks. and it means resolving vital issues such as citizens’ rights that have already dragged on for too long,” he added.davis led a team of 98 uk officials, who had traveled to the european commission’s headquarters to discuss the terms of brexit with chief eu negotiator michel barnier.british secretary of state for exiting the european union (brexit minister) david davis (r) and european union chief negotiator in charge of brexit negotiations with britain michel barnier (2nd l) speak during a meeting at the european union commission headquarter in bru...