Who wins, will control the country for years
There seems little chance people will change their minds on how they voted in the 2016 EU Referendum. Facts don’t matter, it is now all about emotions and beliefs.
With both major parties supporting a version of Brexit, and the LibDems forgotten, it is very likely the impact will be known very quickly.
Any Government will have the challenge of bringing together a totally divided country, surrounded by falling tax revenues and decisions made by many companies to protect themselves from the effects of Brexit.
Lack of knowledge and fake news are to blame.
The vote was an emotional vote, with many believing the fake news from people like Boris Johnson, and a vote against the Government for forgetting them. The cuts to council grants, lack of opportunities, poor social structure, no jobs, all play a part in the Brexit result.
What will happen?
Nobody knows. How can any Government reconcile such distrust and bitterness? Perhaps a Government of national unity with a new Prime Minister may help? The Government will have to invest in the NHS, schools, job creation, and financially support firms considering moving to the EU. Taxes on the higher paid will have to be increased.
Failure to prepare for life after leaving the EU, could result in civil unrest, the like the UK has never seen before. Then there is the possibility of Scotland and maybe Northern Ireland seeking to re-join the EU.
H.M. Government, you have been warned.