At last, some sensible comments around Brexit. Yes, it is worrying and yes, things could go south for a while, but I agree with these comments: the more we simply continue operating as normal, the less likely it is that things will go bad. The last recession was as deep as it was because everyone got depressed in about a nano-second and believed the sky was falling in. If we had been more positive in ourselves (and the media), I believe it wouldn't have been nearly as painful.
So let's follow Monty Python's advice and look on the "Bright Side of Life".
In the run-up to the referendum, we endured weeks of tension and you often heard people say they’d be glad when it was all over. Sadly it appears hopes of an end to the uncertainty are unrealistic. A post-Brexit political void has opened up. It will be weeks before we know who will lead the new Government, and even longer before we gauge the timeframe, let alone the thrust, of the negotiations that will determine Britain’s new relationship with Europe. Which is why it is essential SMEs keep on the front foot and adopt a ‘business as usual’ attitude as far as possible in the weeks ahead.