We aren't out yet and there's plenty of opportunity in the known two years alone for people to realise how stupid and harmful brexit is to us and to the EU. I haven't given up, and if the worst happens, that's when the campaign to rejoin starts. In my opinion the EU is the best future on offer and brexit and the crap associated only confirms that opinion. Just one example: blocs like the EU can stand up to multinationals; individual countries, unless huge, find it difficult. We've just parted our buttocks and said Roger!
I've seen enough of the racist far right that's behind so much of brexit to consider the movement rotten to its core, and that includes UKIP, no matter how shiny and happy the PR is. The reality is 20 kicking an Iranian Kurdish refugee. Brexiter dupes can rationalise it how they like but that is what they voted for. I won't stop opposing it.
And I don't want brexit to be a disaster. I just think the racist far right one we've got will be. You don't give up struggling as the cliff edge approaches, you redouble your efforts.
...possible problems...? They were possibly problems before the vote, now they are problems and if we brexit as seems likely they become crises. Honestly, it feels as if people have simply not woken up to the reality of what is happening.
...off to the allotment to Dig for Victory...
...here's a positive about brexit: I appreciate each lovely day more now, because the future looks bloody ugly.