517 days and counting…
That’s how long Britain has to negotiate a deal with the EU – and make no mistake, every single second of it will count.
Just this week Brexit Secretary, David Davis, said: “It’s no secret that the way the EU makes its decisions tends to be at the 59th minute of the 11th hour of the 11th day and so on.
“That’s precisely what I expect to happen here.”
With a bit of luck and some silver-tongued negotiating from Davis et al, Britain should have some form of deal at the end of this increasingly edge-of-your-seat period.
If not we will collectively be thrown from the Brexit cliff-edge into the absolute worst-case “no-deal” scenario, like lemmings armed with nothing but furry yet stiff upper-lips and a rapidly depreciating currency.
Here’s what it could look like…