Jacob Rees-Mogg has been looking for ideas to unleash the potential of Brexit but it turns out that the best way was probably not doing it. This is the not much between the lines explanation of why the checks on the goods coming in from the EU have been delayed once again: because they cost money and they would most likely put off businesses to trade with Britain because of the additional red tape introduced by the British Conservative Party with Brexit.
But no one would have saved more money than a British person living in Spain who could have converted the driving license in time according to the rules set in the place where they live. Yes, you will not believe this: each country is sovereign in their own land, a concept that many Daily Mail readers did not grasp, do not grasp, and will not grasp. British exceptionalism abroad or failure of the education system at home?