Everyone probably, WS.
...well, maybe not "everyone" as an absolute
I appreciate Remain would like to think numbskulls voted for Leave, conned in their droves perhaps, my some maniacal, self-serving, "icon".
And we could argue interminably whether Leavers are all racists, or Remainers are zombies for dictatorial rule.
Neither is, again, absolutely true....and "no smoke without fire" is forever just a tool of desperation.
A tool continually used in the Labour v Tory argument, and in which parallels are clearly apparent, it's worth observing.
Ultimately, its' irrelevant...the vote is done, there's no Mulligan available, and Forward is, as always, only a Negative when Change is a personal
The question no-one can answer is whether this is, indeed, Forward.
No-one (I think
I can be confident in that assertion) is not
negatives when Brexit actually kicks in.
But neither "side" has anything beyond speculation as to how any of those will become manifest, indeed, if at all.
Those are (as I see it) are the only
Opinion-wise, which has been the true Brexit vote-driver, EU is a failure outside collaborative venture, where it has, genuinely, mostly excelled...albeit it very expensively.
Its ability to contribute to local social needs has been exemplary, for example...albeit it very expensively.
There are, and laudably, many communities benefiting, no-one can ever take that away.
But when you try to put a leash on trade and business, dictating If and How (Friendly) nations can trade, and enforcing fiscal levies that support promoting political ambition rather than "oiling everyone's wheels", alarm bells must ring...in exactly the same way that USA is reeling, still dumbfounded even, at the Pentagon's inexplicable "loss" of $6 Trillion.
Recent announcements from Brussels of intentions to form some militaristic edict should also ring bells....loud ones, with flashing "panic" lights, ideally.
Opinions are a dime a dozen, mine tonight no less so measured amongst the masses.
Like much else in political manoeuvring outside our ken.
"We're all in it Together"".
Well, that is, at least, completely accurate, a novelty in Party marketing soundbites, for sure.
What a shame it is not equally unusually devoid of communicated Promise acted upon.