If you consider that Jacob Rees-Mogg has a job literally called minister for Brexit opportunities you may think not. Because if something is "done" - past tense, complete, why is a government department seeking out ways to make it function better?
Yes, we've left the EU. We have new passports and we have to shuffle through a different queue at airports. But the above problems are a consequence of getting Brexit "done" and now they need to be "done" too for the country to find a rhythm detached from the continent.
So, saying Brexit is "done" is probably a bit silly. Just like most of the stuff that comes out of Johnson's mouth. Who's surprised?
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