“Nobody knows what happens next. Everybody suspicion that we were going to stay in Europe here,” he added.
“That was a major opinion that we got from a callers, in from a listeners and people who we met on a street.
“Now that Britain has motionless to lift out of Europe, there’s really most a feeling of doubt with what happens next.”
David Davis, a Brexit Secretary, met with a EU’s arch Brexit adjudicator on Monday to rigourously start Brexit talks.
Mr Barnier warned a UK that it will have to compensate a “substantial consequence” for a preference to leave a bloc.
He told reporters: “A satisfactory understanding is probable and distant improved than no deal. That is what we pronounced to David today, that is because we will work all a time with a UK and never opposite a UK.
“There will be no feeling on my side, we will arrangement a constructive opinion resolutely formed on a interests and support of a 27.”