Brexit Secretary David Davis received a race ticket and hospitality from satellite broadcaster Sky for the British Grand Prix.

Mr Davis took the trip to Silverstone worth £950 two weeks before the start of Brexit talks in mid-July, according the the lates entries declared in the Commons register of interests.

Theresa May has been given a discount card for high street retailer LK Bennett - the third fashion-related perk she has declared.

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The Prime Minister recorded the gift from LK Bennett, valid from May 2017 until April 2018 in the register.

It follows previously declared donations to the fashion-loving PM from designer Amanda Wakely and shoe store Russell and Bromley.

The discounts were declared because they have the “potential to be of registrable value” - indicating that they could be worth more than £300 depending on how much the Prime Minister spends.

Also in the latest update to the register Brexit Secretary David Davis declared a ticket and hospitality for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone from Sky, valued at £950.

In one of the more unusual entries, Moray’s Tory MP Douglas Ross declared earnings of more than £2,700 for his work as an assistant referee in Scotland and Europe.

The payments included £1,305 from the Scottish Football Association and £1,436.65 from European football’s governing body Uefa.