‘It’ll be very very hard’ Spanish expat regrets giving up British passport due to Brexit
“Nobody knows what happens next. Everybody thought that we were going to stay in Europe here,” he added.
“That was the overriding opinion that I got from our callers, in from our listeners and people who I met on the street.
“Now that Britain has decided to pull out of Europe, there’s very much a feeling of uncertainty with what happens next.”
David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, met with the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator on Monday to formally begin Brexit talks.
Mr Barnier warned the UK that it will have to pay a “substantial consequence” for its decision to leave the bloc.
He told reporters: “A fair deal is possible and far better than no deal. That is what I said to David today, that is why we will work all the time with the UK and never against the UK.
“There will be no hostility on my side, I will display a constructive attitude firmly based on the interests and support of the 27.”