No clear understanding of a transition plan on one hand and from the other camp no indication on what the EU future direction might look like.
Completely agree with you !!!!!
I voted to remain although I sympathise with some of the concerns of the Brexit supporters. I ended up choosing to ignore the hyperbole and focus on the facts and soon realised that the Brexit campaigners had zero facts they could offer as they didn't know what would happen if we left the EU. Sadly, my fellow Brits were all too happy to vote for the country to leap into the darkness
I don't think many politicians involved in the campaign have done themselves proud. The Leave campaign persuading the electorate that everything will be better and not afraid to use Immigration as their trump card in order to win the votes. Cameron trying to play down fears that Turkey will be assured of EU membership soon but when I read his speeches from 3-4 years ago he was very clear that he wants Turkey to join as soon as possible.
I fear for the future. Our leaders cannot try to legitimise racism and then put that genie back in the bottle once it has served it's purpose and yet the paradox is that we REALLY needed an open and frank debate on immigration. I'm not sure that can happen now.
There are wider implications as we seem to be moving towards an era where the electorate are tired of the old political establishment and are prepared to support populist and nationalistic politicians like Farage and Trump.
The UK deserves what it gets by ignoring the aggressive growth of Islamic culture in the country and venting those frustration on white European migrants instead.
What parliament wants is irrelevant. There was a referendum.
Wrong actually. A referendum has no statutory power. It is basically like a big opinion poll. Parliament could choose to ignore the results...........though that could be political suicide. It's not impossible though.