I didn't vote for a Tory Government, nor did I want Jeremy Corbyn running the country, however, what I did want was second referendum.
Now, before you you right wing lot jump on me, here's how I see it now. I accept that there will be NO second referendum, I accept that we will leave the EU at the end of January 2020. I also see that the result DOES have some positives, ie. the certainty that business and commerce has craved for over 3 years and the fact that Boris' early ramblings seem more conciliatory and less dangerous than I might have expected.
From an EU perspective, the early signs from them is that they also accept the inevitability of Brexit and the noises coming from the seem to be positive. The paralysis of the past 3 years will hopefully now clear away.
I also hope that as Boris has no need to, he does't pander to the extremes such as the ERG and steers a more liberal path, and we achieve a decent deal from the EU which is softer than the RWNJ's would love to see.
Finally, let's all get behind City and help push us toward safety for the rest of the season, the debate on here was great, the nastiness between fellow supporters not so great.