What are your thoughts on Brexit? I think it will be an economic disaster. But it's a disaster that HAS to happen. Because the country has become so polarised. Sometimes, you must take a step backward, so that you may continue to move forward. Many of the English people I've spoken to, don't really know very much about the European Union. And don't know specifically why leaving would be a good idea. The strongest sense that I have gotten, is that it is a volatile reaction, rather than a considered action. And the reasons for that reaction are not always clear - but generally, it seems to be a reaction to issues which leaving the European Union will not actually solve. It's almost like people are too scared to have the real discussion they want to have. And those discussions will have to happen post-Brexit anyway. Therefore, even post Brexit, I expect there will be more upheaval. Nigel Farage is considered anti-EU, but doesn't speak to many of the issues that English people are deeply concerned with. And while Tommy Robinson seems to have struck a chord with many people, he is clearly not considered respectable enough. Right wing nationalists are on the rise in Europe and the US, and I think the UK may have one of the sharpest swings yet - not because people have become pro-fascist, but because I expect Labour and the Tories will continue to be punished, and the vacuum will continue to expand. Depending on how long that vacuum continues to expand, the requisite 'moral character' of the person who is capable of filling it may also slide - similar to Trump.