You know this as fact? How?Except it won't be extra desks for British passport holders (they aren't that important that they need their own ones, are they?), It will be EU/EEA desks and then everyone else.
Do you have a list of all EU airports detailing what the authorities plan to do at each one?
Is it possible that at airports where large numbers of UK passengers travel there may be some EU/EEA/UK lanes?
Perhaps I've been unlucky, but I've never "sailed through" passport control with an EU passport in the EU/(EEA) lane. I've always been asked to show my passport just like the people in front and behind. The check is usually quicker than for non-EU, but in part because non-EU passport holders may need a visa.So a British passport holder will be in the same queue as someone from Kenya or India and wait as their visa is checked and passport scrutinised, while the EU/EEA passport holders sail through hassle free. But that is what the British voted for...
Do you know which EU countries will insist on manually checking all UK passport holders visa documents on arrival?