I have been trying to figure out what I will need to do in order to travel in Europe which on Friday becomes another place, hedged about with restrictions and lethal bureaucracy, as the Brexiteers apparently wanted and have promised.
I need to check our passports to make sure they are not going to run out in the next six months. Obtain special health insurance which will be very expensive. Get a green card which may take six weeks. Oh, and by the way, my wife’s blue parking badge which used to allow disabled parking in Europe for Brits will no longer work, making travel exponentially much trickier. But this is, of course, the Brave New World we have all been promised. No downside. Only glorious freedom – the freedom of staying at home with the Union Jack flying outside.