The backlog will add to concerns over how UK industry will cope with the key Christmas period.
The process is likely to be painful for many business and workers since there will likely be job losses and social disruptions in the years ahead.
"...they (govt) stand back and let businesses be in huge danger while they fight amongst themselves, that's got to stop."
It comes after business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng promised to help UK firms during the energy crisis - but Rishi Sunak's colleagues denied he has been in talks with them.
Lord Michael Heseltine said the government is “lurching from crisis to crisis” and is “patently not in control” as they are facing warnings of a winter of discontent similar to the 1970s.
Lance Forman, who was a Brexit Party MEP, seemed to forget about a time not so long ago when things were not going so well post-Brexit.
But research found that the proportion of women on boards at FTSE 100 firms is higher than ever.
The new department will help Brexit minister David Frost and prime minister Boris Johnson to find benefits from leaving the European Union, and its new leader will be paid up to £120,000 per year from taxpayers’ money.
Brexit wreaking haddock again.