>> Brexit means Brexit. That's UK Prime Minister Theresa May's choice slogan. But what does it actually mean? There's hope David Davis, the minister in charge of the new Brexit department, will spell it out.>> I thought it would be useful for the House to be brought up to date on the working at my department after the referendum of the 23rd of June.
>> He's spoken in Parliament for the first time since the summer break.>> We're going to listen and talk to as many organizations, companies, and institutions as possible. From the large PLCs to small businesses, from the devolved administrations, through counsels, local government associations, and major metropolitan bodies. We are already fully engaged with the governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to ensure a UK-wide approach to our negotiations.
>> Perhaps more information than we've had for a while, but it's hardly a Brexit blueprint. The British government is still keeping silent on when exactly in 2017 it will trigger Article 50. Only then will the UK's EU departure be set in stone.>> One, two, three, this is a democracy.
A group of pro-Brexit protesters outside Parliament on Monday want that to happen now. But don't hold your breath. From the G20 Summit in China, Theresa May reiterated that the UK will not be rushed into an exit. Yet, the longer they take to formulate a plan, the more pressure will mount to just get on with it.