The politics of the European Union is sometimes confusing to me as I do not live in Europe. There have been plenty of sides for their own country staying or leaving the European Union. Euroscepticism apparently exists in many parties, but its rage is quite concentrated in the right-wing especially the farther right you go. But a small majority of Britons voted to leave the European Union with England very firm on leaving while Scotland was very firm on staying. Which may cause Scotland to finally leave the United Kingdom and suddenly the United Kingdom is not so united. It's certainly caused havoc (short-term anyway) for markets from Europe to across the world. There's certainly good and bad for all Britons when it comes to leaving the European Union.
Prime Minister David Cameron resigned following the results. Even though he was a conservative, I respected the man quite a great deal. I was also very proud of him for pushing and passing marriage equality in England even though he wasn't so socially-liberal on the subject in the past when not many knew his name but that's politics. I also liked how he had a grand friendship with President Barack Obama. Hopefully the next true Prime Minister (it's apparently being filled-in with some guy named Boris Johnson) will lead Great Britain through uncertain times.