Scotland looks determined to have another referendum on independence. Perhaps the UK should follow suit on Brexit because I think, since the knee-jerk vote to leave, a large number of people have come to realise the extremely delicate, complicated and potentially dangerous situation Britain will find itself in once it has turned its back on Europe.

However, it could all be too late come today following last night’s vote, so the government better start getting its thinking caps on and fast. Perhaps David Cameron, last seen enjoying the rugby on Saturday, could be brought back into the fold to help sort out the mess he made and then dumped on his successor as quickly as he could.

Tory bruiser David Davis made it blatantly clear over the weekend that the government still does not have a clear exit plan. Davis insisted that the UK would be prepared, if it has to leave the EU at the end of the two-year negotiating process with no deal in place with the other 27 nations.

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson said that "no deal" would be "perfectly ok" and that the consequences were not "as apocalyptic as some people like to pretend", while the prime minister has said she would rather take the UK out of the EU with no deal rather than a "bad deal".

This does not sound very convincing to me and the EU power states are not going to make life easy for the UK around the negotiating table.


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Henry James / Hace over 4 years

And it shows in the way you and Moore continually run the UK down but it's nice of you to admit it so that we all know where you are coming from in any of your pieces. I spent almost 35 years outside the UK but always considered myself British,Do you have a Spanish passport and nationality,as you don't consider the UK your country.?


Mark / Hace over 4 years

No plan? Of course there is a plan! Do you think that the PM and the Brexit negotiating team are going to reveal our hand to the media before negotiations even begin? We've got plenty of aces up our sleeve and I'm quite confident that when it comes to the crunch the big EU players are going to have to negotiate a fair and equitable deal. It's in everyone's interest that this happens. They can talk tough now but the reality around the negotiating table will be very different.


Humphrey Carter / Hace over 4 years

I don't consider the UK my country FYI, I have spent most of my life living abroad.


Stewart Masson / Hace over 4 years

You are talking nonsense!!!!!!


Henry James / Hace over 4 years

''Knee-jerk vote''? Get real,many of us had waited for 40 years to get out of something that we never joined in the first place,we joined,or thought we had joined a trading block,not the creature it morphed into with Germany at the helm. The EU have already made it clear that Scotland will not be admitted into the EU as a separate nation and without UK tax money,Scotland can not survive as a separate nation,and that is a fact. We do not need or want Cameron back and we will prosper and succeed outside the EU,it's a big world out there. Why don't you and Moore try saying something good about your country instead of always knocking it and running it down.?


Henry James / Hace over 4 years

I and many others had waited 40 years to get out of something we never joined anyway,we joined a trading block,not the 4th Reich and we knew exactly what we were voting for and the sooner we leave,the better,if we have goods and services that other nations want,they will trade with us,in or out,just like India,the U.S.A.,Australia,Canada,New Zealand,Denmark,Norway et .al. We neither need nor want Cameron.


E Weldon / Hace over 4 years

The EU will get their 56 billionEuro? From UK when it leaves- as the UK Government will use the Pension Funds stolen from all UK Women born in 1950's who have been denied their pension st 60 years of age and now find themselves having to work till 66 years and beyond before they get their rightful pension!