The shocking result of the referendum last Thursday detonated on Friday morning sending people into either a tail spin of panic, or quiet jubilation. The unthinkable had happened: the majority (by a hair’s breath) of the British population wanted out from Europe.
As most of my friends were Remain voters, my twitter and Facebook account was full of shock, horror and anger. None of us really believed it would swing this way. We knew people were disgruntled, disenfranchised and too ready to listen to disingenuous politicians pointing at migrants as the reason for the lack of GP appointments and school places. But we didn’t realise it was quite this big, nor that a normally conservative populace would take the radical option, an option that most people had no idea of the full and very real consequences.
And so the proverbial hit the fan. Continue reading