Yeah right !
I would actually believe they haven’t done any impact assessments, because they don’t seem to have bothered their arses doing anything in preparation for Brexit. This is obvious from the shambles they made of the discussions about the Irish border. The Irish Government has been warning them about the implications of Brexit for the Irish Border and the Good Friday Agreement since the referendum but they still tried to argue that they were taken unawares. And the total ignorant shite I have heard coming from the mouths of senior British politicians about Irish politics and history in the last few weeks has been both gobsmacking and depressing
@aicertap you and I agree on everything! I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it all falls away and wouldn’t this country get a bit more tolerable if it did.
I’m depressed by ignorance of brexiteers who try and say that the best way to ensure a future is to break away from Europe completely. I’m aware there was a referendum but such a close one, every Tory I’ve heard has completely ignored the needs of 48% of the people who voted.