>> Britain hasn't left the EU yet, but its chief negotiator has made his exit. The UK's top EU diplomat, Sir Ivan Rogers, resigning. He was expected to play a key role in upcoming Brexit talks. Appointed by David Cameron in 2013, he's now followed the former Prime Minister off the stage.
His successor will have to learn on the job quick with some analysts concluding the changeover could weaken Theresa May's hand in Brussels.>> As well, Thank you.>> The UK is set to activate Article 50 by the end of March, officially beginning departure negotiations. But some Brexitees aren't sad to see Rogers go.
Leave.EU chairman, Arron Banks, saying he was part of the pessimistic pro-EU old guard. Rogers making waves last month with reports that he told ministers to expect a decade of talks over Brexit.