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Britain is filling out its Brexit planning departments with people with little work experience

The Foreign Commonwealth Office helps the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) and Department for International Trade (DIT) in formulating Brexit plans. There has been a hiring freeze on civil servants since 2010. The government can get around this by hiring apprentices and graduates through its fast track scheme. The former British ambassador to the EU, Ivan Rogers, previously said there was "serious multilateral negotiating experience is in short supply in Whitehall.
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