I voted Remain but it seems to me that UK simply needs to get on with Brexit now. The ongoing uncertainty is bad for business, as I've said before there's likely to be a post-Brexit boom as pent-up investment is released, no-matter what kind of Brexit it is - at least the main issue will have been decided. To not Brexit would alienate a huge number of people who will feel that their vote doesn't count. The rest of the EU will never trust the UK again if it stays and globally the UK will be viewed with (even more) contempt as the country that, having tried to leave an organisation, found that it couldn't. The great Brexit 'betrayal' (as it would be portrayed) would dominate UK politics for a decade or more, with unknown but certainly bad effects on the UK's civil and political life.
So, as I see it (being safely ensconced in a tax haven), the risks now lie more on the side of staying in the EU than leaving. Of course, this view is subject to an extent on the adequacy of no-deal preparations, which I am not privy to.
Thoughts? Comments? Abuse?