While the Brexit Party's triumph will likely dominate headlines, it's worth noting that the various pro-Remain parties together comprise the majority of votes.
The more and more I think about it, the more important this point is. As a country (only ~37% voted last week), the majority opted for parties that aligned with remaining in the EU and that's without even considering Labour's position which is to hold a second referendum in the event of a no-deal scenario and should a general election come about it would be the only policy that would go anywhere near ensuring they took power.
My take on proceedings was far less optimistic yesterday morning!
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