If there'd actually been a bit of planning before leaving? I mean, if all the pro's and con's had been properly investigated, in an objective and critical way. If there'd been some kind of public inquiry, conducted independently, and ultimately laying down all the alternatives so people could have made an informed decision. "A" means this. "B" means this. "C" could mean this but it's a bit of a guess. Etc Etc. And then have a proper referendum in which, if no significant majority is gained, the status quo remains. Of course there'd be noisy minorities on both sides of the coin, but ultimately the vast middle, that has effectively been marginalised by a few vested interests could make a decision that many may not like, but would be more prepared to accept. Cameron and the Tory party have been recklessly irresponsible in doing things the way they've done it. That's what is most prominent in my mind when judging this whole debacle, whatever the eventual outcome.