Waking up to the results of the EU Referendum, has been like waking up in the German Democratic Republic and finding the Berlin Wall has come down. It’s looking through a mangled mess of concrete and iron, where everything that has been familiar, has now been taken away.
On the surface everything is normal, as it appeared when the Soviet Union disbanded. The traffic still rolls, people need to work and items are available to buy in shops. The civil service still functions, children still go to school, while opinions are divided on this very public vote.