Britons will take away some mixed, and mixed-up feelings from today. Some will be disappointed, as the Brexit dream seems to not have materialised on the day it was supposed to, for others, a feeling of deferred doom, as the abyss might be a little bit further away. Three years since the 2016 referendum, and no one seems to know the terms of the EU-UK divorce, or whether there is actually a divorce. In 34 months of negotiations and discussions, neither the government or parliament have found consensus on a formula to implement the will of the citizens expressed by a small majority at the polls. The UK is in extra time now, looking for an exit, and there is a lot in play, for all of us Europeans in fact.