That's correct. The best summary of Brexit that I've seen is what answer you'd expect from the man in the street to the question 'explain the long, medium and short term impacts on the UK economy if the UK operated outside the EU Customs Union and instead under the WTO.' You'd get nothing but blank stares from 99%+ of the population including me, but that's what you're asking them. I seem to be the only person I've ever met who holds their hands up about Brexit and admits that, you know what, I don't know much if anything about macroeconomics, international trade and so on. So I have to go on what the experts say, much like I do if I need my car fixed, or if I need to get somewhere on a plane, or need surgery. And they nearly all seem to be saying, broadly, that it'll be bad. All this 'take the country back' stuff makes me laugh. It's simple populism dressed up as soundbites. I don't have a clue how they get these people so scared of the EU. It's basically a trading organisation. I saw someone who worked in Sunderland Nissan crying with joy on Brexit day. Literally in tears of happiness. He said he didn't care if the whole plant shut down; he was just so happy to no longer be in the EU. It seemed so strange.