offshorerules wrote:Still reckon they haven't a clue what they're doing.
Does anyone? - I haven't heard any politician, either side of the fence, compound, community, whatever, even begin to suggest how they should handle things.
Having said that there will be a few false starts as people try to get their heads around it.
The best approach is nearly always to break the problem down into a sequence of actions.
Politicians however are long on rhetoric and short on detail.
The civil servants once they've got over the shock will try to put a coherent strategy together.
But it will be a wip for quite a while before the mist starts to clear and real answers start to take shape.
The EU attitude doesn't help - It's extremely difficult to work in a vacuum and they are some of the most vacuous people on this planet.
The best thing May can do is not get hung up on her April date.
Setting the deadline is good but go for article 50 only when they are ready to do so.