I voted to stay, but it was a close one. In the end I wrote down on paper 10 key areas of the referendum campaigns and the ‘Stay’ vote won by 6 votes to 4.

The future of the United Kingdom and our economy post Brexit is an unknown quantity. Economists and experts are trying their best to posture and position the most valid and reasoned arguments but it’s impossible to know for sure, so we all just have to wait and see.

I’m sure the individuals selling these souvenirs had no idea that their profits would soar by a Brexit vote. As Brits we are a sceptical bunch so it’s been an inevitable tide of negative backlash in certain quarters to the fear of the unknown. It’s nice to see that some people are already benefiting though, fingers crossed it was the right decision long term and that the recruitment industry will only go from strength to strength.

And hey, if things start going badly in a few years, at least we now know there is a future selling T-shirts of the Queen.