Over the next months, Brexit questions are going to start being raised which will need to be answered, for example:-
- What is going to happen to the civil servants currently working for the United Kingdom MEPs in Europe, when Brexit starts impacting properly?
- How is the government going to help with documentation and communication re standards to comply with EU markets when Brexit has been implemented?
- How will regions and counties in the UK be supported from the government with the additional costs that Brexit will generate? Can we look at how Germany handles it regional areas for inspiration?
Obviously the questions will continue to grow, as will the dissatisfaction with the lack of response from Teresa May, the Prime Minister of the UK. Yes I do understand that the PM and the government must be allowed time to formulate policy and the negotiation platform, but unless the extraneous areas as I have mentioned above are put into the pot as well, then this exit will be a completed fiasco.