This is a decent article and sums up most of my feelings.
Yes, English and Welsh local political representation may be broken. But by voting to leave, it is very possible, and alas likely that it will get worse, not better. When do the rich and powerful suffer?
If we cannot get a good deal with the EU, and it is likely that any deal we do get will be worse than the current arrangements, and our trade with the rest of the world cannot compensate, prices of imported products and food will increase. Then the less well off will get poorer.
We are a net importer of both products and food.
Further, this could be compounded by companies based outside the UK deciding somewhere else is a better bet so they can continue to be in the EU.
Yes, lots of if's and speculation. But even if we do okay in the long term, the uncertainty for the next coming years will do damage to the UK.
So what has leaving actually got us?Mark