I have already noted this morning that at sometime in the future there will be a new post-Brexit order, in which order will be restored.
Two constituent countries of the UK indicated their desire to achieve that goal yesterday. As The National reported:
IN an unprecedented moment in the UK’s political history, politicians in the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly joined forces to reject Theresa May’s Brexit Bill.
The MSPs and AMs (Assembly Members), almost simultaneously, voted on the same motion calling for a no-deal Brexit to be ruled out, and to extend Article 50, so that "agreement can be reached on the best way forward to protect the interests of Scotland, Wales and the UK as a whole".
There is political sanity in parts of the UK.
But not in England it seems.
It makes it easy to predict where recovery will happen first.