Ignoring Brexit for a mo, from a personal point of view life is great. Start a new job in September and as a result I have to spend the summer in the garden rather than the office.
Pre-referendum, the UK was, imo, heading in the right direction, albeit very slowly. Personally, job was stagnatting along with compensation, its not all sweetness and light in the financial section. Post-referendum, the country is more divided then at any time over the last thirty years.
We're standing on the edge of the cliff face waiting to fall or falter ready to point accusitory fingers at anyone and everyone. Just when the country needs to pull together (cross party consensus is needed more then ever) you have the far reaches of the political spectrum wanting to fuck things up or play the blame game.
Thus just shows Corbyn is never a leader as he doesnt have it in him to be anything other than opposition. May seems to be at least reaching out (to save her own skin) but has the party grandees ready to push but wont dare as the other option (Corbyn) is unthinkable both to them and any positive Brexit, if it ever happens as he clearly wants the harder version.
The Repeal Act writing all current EU Laws in to statute is great, but the powers taken out not to debate changes is not.