While people are still reeling over Brexit we need to know: what is the plan now? On June 23rd, 2016 the UK voted to leave the EU, thus putting the economy at risk. People, mainly older people I might add, voted to leave the EU and now that we have that result; what do we do with it? What is the plan for Brexit?

It's been over a month since the referendum and still no one has a clear plan for the UK. The next prime minister after David Cameron would have to come in and clean up the mess left by all those from the leave campaign and him. Why David came up with the idea to have the referendum in the first place is beyond me.

Theresa May doesn't have a clue what she's doing and she doesn't really know how to handle Brexit, yet she's the leader of the country - better than Michael Gove though I guess.

People angry about promised millions

We already know, thanks to Nigel Farage, that the £350million that was promised to go to the NHS if we leave the EU isn't going there, and many people are angry about that.Nigel Farage campaigned hard for the UK to leave the EU and as soon as it was confirmed that we are leaving he stepped down. The reason? He 'wants his life back'. The coward. His work was done. Did you ever hear him talk about a plan for what will happen after Brexitthough? No.

Where is the opposition?

Where's the opposition?

If ever we needed an opposition now would be the time! The Labour Party are set on fighting and arguing with themselves instead of opposing Brexit and trying to find a way to work with it. If Labour had got themselves together and actually had an idea of what they were doing during the referendum and if theyhad a decent remain campaign then it might be a different story.

We might not have Brexit. The crisis in the Labour Party just keeps getting worse, and they are focused on destroying the party instead of trying to help the people of Britain. At the minute it seems Labour don't have a plan for themselves, and they don't seem to have a plan for Brexit. Are they too preoccupied with the destruction of their party perhaps?

In this post-Brexit era, we have Boris Johnson as the foreign secretary. Boris Johnson. Another leave campaigner who also tried to hide from his responsibilities after the referendum. He doesn't have a plan either.

Questions to be answered

There are still questions that haven't been answered: what about jobs? Will those who weren't born here be allowed to stay? How come older generations were allowed to vote on this but those who are 16 and 17 weren't? It's their futures we're talking about here. Travelling around Europe will be much more expensive and working abroad in Europe will be more difficult.

Is there any idea or plan to work with Brexit and try and make the best out of the worst possible situation?Doesn't look like it so far.