It's fascinating to see no deal Brexit efforts being unwound inside Government. For instance, the BEIS department had 532 of its staff seconded to Brexit work, but they dropped that number to just 167 staff after the October 31 extension was announced.…
Over at DFID, they had 134 staff working on Brexit. 100 of these staff were back at their normal duties by 21 May.…
The MOD had 257 civil servants working on Brexit preparations. All but 3 of these staff have now returned to MOD duties.…
So if any minister claims that no deal Brexit preparations are still continuing apace, they're lying, pure and simple. Nothing is possible without the staff to work on it, and it's clear that the civil service is refocusing away from Brexit after being distracted for so long.
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