Personally, I am OK with leaving.
I voted for Brexit, and all the remifications that will happen, yes there will be a few years of pain for long term gain, the control of our own borders, our own farming communities will be able to flourish, as will our fishing industry - just some examples of what could potentially change.
The Politics in the last few months have become a really dirty thing, and with the vicious murder of Jo Cox, who I personally knew from my time working in Leeds - has shown that the quiet reflection after her death was a time when politics in the UK, for a short time, became something decent and respectful.
We’re going to be downgraded, we’re going to have a tough time, but we have had this before.
I am saddened that Scotland is proposing a second independance vote, I love going back to my homeland, but I can see why they want to do this, they get far more from the EU than they put in, so it makes sense to stick to something that is good to them, though this means that England will lose its Oil revenue, but this also means that Scotland has the chance to prove it can do it alone.
The chinese have a curse “May you live in interesting times”, maybe we are living in interesting times, and it could be a curse, but it could also be a very good blessing.