After all the speculation and all the hype we are out so no matter what you voted it is done but why are so many people moaning about the result as nothing can be done to change it, we just have to live with it now and hope the changes turn out alright.
I do not think they could foresee what will happen now as I do not think they really knew, this is a new beginning for everyone whether you wanted it or not.  I was surprised Cameron resigned but again it is what it is so lets move on and hope for the best, as that is all we can do.



  1. 1st July 2016 / 1:30 pm

    I guess there are problems everywhere but the sad think is that they are caused by us x

  2. 27th June 2016 / 10:45 am

    I think things will normalize eventually, it all depends if the right choice is made on the next leader. Nothing much will change for a few years as there are a lot of EU laws to take off the books.I am staying in RSA at the moment and this country has many more problems than the UK. We have a lot more problems here, like 700 fraud charges against the President and all the other mistakes he has made I go to the UK every 2 years and the only problem has been the cost of housing and services.Over here it is cheaper to live but politics is just black humour 🙂

  3. 25th June 2016 / 11:39 pm

    Not quite back to normal yet (Ha, me normal!) Trying hard. Missing my friends. I think changes are quite likely, it would be nice to be pleasantly surprised by them.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

  4. 25th June 2016 / 11:28 pm

    Lovely to hear from you David, how are you? Iv missed you xx
    I agree Boris would be awful I think we are in for some changes xxx

  5. 24th June 2016 / 11:29 am

    You’re right Karen. Those who lost the vote should just accept it gracefully and move on to making the UK as good as it can be now we’re back in the World again.
    I was disappointed Cameron decided to step down. I have been very annoyed with him in the past but I really don’t think he’s a bad man and he might have worked hard for the Country in Europe. It’s a worry who might replace him and the thought of Boris scares me.But we all have to move on and wait to see what they decide. I think Chris Grayling would be a fair choice.
    I think we can make it on our own if Parliament accept the will of the people or 52% of them anyway, but we’ll need 100% of the people to get behind us to make sure the UK remains a Great Country and an example to others.
    xxx Gigantic Hugs xxx

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