I can't tell whether you were criticising my position or not. But if you were, or if anybody has looked at it in other than a positive light then I have this to say:
Please tell me what else I'm meant to hang my hat on? I voted to remain in the European Union for one reason only: the burden of proof was on those looking to change the status quo and nobody could persuade me that leaving was better than remaining. Not one reason resonated with me, even to the extent it could be made out with evidence.
At the end of this month we leave the European Union; against my wishes, but inevitable in any event so that's besides the point. Still, nobody has fleshed out what it will actually look like for the UK. I could repeat what dozens of experts have said about the unsavoury position we are in, but that's irrelevant too, because it's where we are.
So, the best I can hope for, is that in a reasonable period of time - say, ten years - I will see the fruits of these labours and I will be happy with them. Or, perhaps, I'll at least see where we're heading and be happy with the general direction. Nobody should now be wasting breath trying to persuade anybody that things will be better or things will be worse. Effort should now be focused on action, and a great deal of it.
If anybody expects more than that from me, or anybody else who wasn't keen on leaving in the first place, then I don't understand where they're coming from at all. A lot of people do not know what they don't know. That's a worrying position to be in. The sooner this is recognised by all politicians, the sooner I will be a lot happier with this whole scenario.