For me I think the vote turnout says it all.
This democratic process got more people to turn out than the general election.
People are fed up of politics. The three parties don't seem to stand for anything different. New Labour was just a PR stunt to supposedly appeal to more people in the UK.
The EU referendum had the leaders of the Tories and Labour deciding to remain. Accept they couldn't, for the good of the UK, get around the table and produce a campaign which would have smashed the "leave" vote. Instead they stood on their own, doing their own thing watching their own parties tear itself apart as it couldn't decide whether to stay in Europe or not. Not wonder the UK is a mess. Until Politian's grow up and actually work together for the better cause of the UK then how can you expect the British public to believe in systems they are trying to govern us under.
I don't think its a sad day at all for the UK. I think however its a huge wake up call to how we govern ourselves. Its not working the way we run this country. People don't turn up to vote anymore because they don't believe these parties that are trying to represent them. Years of false dawns. False promises.
More people got out to vote yesterday because it was their chance to change things in the UK. Some might not like it but some people probably are thinking things couldn't carry on either the way we were being govern, not just from our parliament but from a European one as well.
The EU floodgates have opened after years of neglecting the UK dam the Politian's thought would hold back the floods.