This is a serious mistake, for the UK and for the world. As imperfect as it is, the EU brought nations together which had fought wars once or twice a century almost ad infinitum into commercial and social relations. People will now wake up to the reality of what has happened and I hope the the UK and EU will look at laying the foundation for another vote on the referendum before the ties are severed.
We should not accept this as a fait accompli. It was a 52-48 decision with many in the "52%" apparently not really understanding the pros and cons. ONE BATTLE LOST IS NOT THE WAR. BRITAIN HAS LEARNED THAT.
Google search history suggests many Britons had little idea what they were voting for