I think that the majority of people are just happy that something has finally been sorted. I suppose our Country is a bit like a duck at the minute. Calm on the outside, but paddling furiously in private.
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I can't help but think that other big issues in the world, like the spread of Coronavirus & a terror related incident at the weekend, have diverted our attention away from Brexit for a bit. Thing is, this is just the beginning - so far as trade deals negotiations etc are concerned - so nothing has really changed at this point.
I feel relieved it's sorted but also annoyed how it was held up for 2 years because of the MPs who didn't want it.
I say the MPs because when we had the recent general election and clear choices. Conservative = leave, Lib dems = remain, Labour = we're still thinking it over.
The people made their choice clear in the last election. I think if more time had been spent on listening to what the people wanted over the past couple of years, instead of what certain MPs wanted, we could have relaxed with our feet up a long time ago. It's nice to have this calm, it was making people miserable, angry and anxious.
I think it would be nice to see certain industries recover. I have been watching a program about fishing and how our fishermen have found it so hard to make a living because of all the EU rules and how some of our thriving fishing ports have become devoid of trawlers.
My friends, as I have discovered myself, there are no disasters, only opportunities. And, indeed, opportunities for fresh disasters.