britain’s secretary of state for exiting the european union, david davis, has criticized the eu’s decision to publish a document that shows the bloc has the power to restrict uk access to the eu single market during a transition period after brexit.“i do not think it was in good faith to publish a document with frankly discourteous language and actually implying that they could arbitrarily terminate, in effect, the implementation period,” davis told sky news on thursday.“that’s not what the aim of this exercise is, it’s not in good faith, we think it was unwise to publish that,” he added. “i have to say i thought that document was hardly a legal document; it was a political document.”davis was troubled by the tone of the document, as well as specific proposals that would allow brussels to impose trade penalties on london without recourse to the european court of justice.presstv-eu warns uk it can have no say after brexitthe european union has warned britain that it cannot expect to have a say in eu decision-making once it departs from the bloc.davis’s remarks were the first time britain has clashed so openly with brussels since britain’s general election campaign last year, when uk prime minister theresa may claimed that hostile briefings from brussels were aimed at affecting the result of the vote.may’s inner brexit cabinet appeared to have made little progress on thursday in settling the question of what kind of future relationship britain will see...