Fears growing over Brexit disruption
Experts warn Britain in no way ready to administer trade after Britain leaves EU
The boss of Calais port in France has warned of potential 30-mile tailbacks if mandatory customs and food safety checks are introduced after Brexit. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images
There has been a lot of focus on the politics of Brexit. But precious little, from a business viewpoint, on the practicalities.
And fears are growing of disruption, delays and perhaps even chaos, unless the politicians both sort out the talks and start to ensure that the practical issues of how trade will work after Brexit are dealt with too.