So finally the UK voted to leave the European Union. Too bad. Regardless, we all - whether we voted to remain or leave - now have a duty to work even harder for the country we want.
Nonetheless, those who voted remain, would need to be civil and kind to support the majority who voted to leave on the basis that EU free movement will end, because it will not unless we will prefer to face a tedious trading deals and sky-high tariffs with our closest neighbours. Many leave voters' hearts would soon be broken by their darling deceivers on immigration, £100m weekly for the NHS and worse still, slow economy.
The only other way is for UK to become a tariff-free country so to attract trade but the consequence of that would be week Sterling that would make local manufacturing difficult thereby impacting on jobs, thus govt tax receipt, thus fewer money to fund services, thus slower economy.