I like this quote: "The foreign office, according to the note, would need “at least a two-month period” to communicate with more than 1m UK citizens living in other EU countries and to allow them to prepare for the uncertainty around their future status."aggi wrote:In the least surprising news ever UK not ready for a no-deal Brexit on October 31st, confidential cabinet note warns
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What has been going on since June-2016? When I've visited Spain - on holiday - in 2017 and 2018, I saw lots of notices about Brit-expat meetings re what they might need to do around brexit. (I could read those because they were all in English).
And, weren't we originally due to leave 29-March - and the date put back only a short time before that date. Surely, the FCO would have already had their "2 months period" in Jan/Feb this year, if not before that. Or, does the FCO think that everyone will have forgotten previous preparations for brexit and need to do the same all over again?
Any of our "clarets in exile" got any views?