No at all. I voted with a fully informed mind. Unlike many of the younger remain side I have experienced living under what was formerly a common market, but which has now turned into a political ideology and I don't want any part of it. The thing with remainers is that they act solely on their emotions rather than a rational reasoned argument. That puts them at a disadvantage straight away. You need to have lived through the period since we joined to be able to understand the stance I now take. Sadly too many of you have not. It's a bit like ANTIFA being seemingly unable to condemn Labour Party antisemitism - you would have to have been a Jew living in 1930's Europe before you could actually understand what the threat was. Sadly, the likes of ANTIFA cannot see what is reflected back at them through the mirror - they fail to see that their actions are effectively reflecting those of the Hitler Youth in the ways they constrict political discourse through violence. It's the same in the USA. American universities, along with our own, are now becoming echo chambers where everyone retreats to their silos least they risk being exposed to new ideas which challenge them. Our once-great institutions of learning have become a laughing stock. When a BAME student funded by a Rhodes scholarship calls for Rhodes statue to be pulled down, you know the whole plot has turned to rat poo.