Wednesday, 6 December 2017

The mind-boggling incompetence of the Brexit department

It is surely worth commenting on today's Brexit select committee, where the world discovered that *drum roll* the impact analyses which were demanded by Parliament were not so much drafted at short notice, but did not actually exist at the time when the request was made and still do not exist

Such government incompetence in surely the UK's most far-reaching policy decision of the postwar period simply beggars belief.

In short:
Even as a card-carrying Leaver, you must surely worry at the failure to reach even this most basic level of preparation for this monumental change.

As someone pointed out today, the Irish government carried out an extensive investigation even before the Brexit vote happened. A country with only secondary impacts from Brexit. 

For the one actually implementing Brexit, it seems, it was all too much trouble.

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