What happens now we’ve decided to Brexit?

We don’t know what will happen in the wake of last night’s poll. But we can make a fair guess, based on what has happened so far in the ten or so hours since the result became inevitable. Dan Kennet sums it up in two tweets:

Nice work, Leavers. Enjoy your post-apocalyptic wasteland.

How should we respond? All I’ve got is this:


On the basis that it’s pretty much always good advice.



5 responses to “What happens now we’ve decided to Brexit?

  1. Thank you for that. I really needed a smile.

  2. In a few years when the EU barriers are gone, perhaps the U.S will offer a package of shady trade agreements, to help out, and turn you into a different kind of favorite pet.

    I wonder if people will move to Scotland, or to other EU countries?

  3. All I have to say is that 2% is *not* a mandate, and it’s a non-binding resolution. I hope cooler heads prevail before the powers that be pull the Leaver lever.

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