In this tumultuous political climate since the Brexit referendum last June it is easy to feel anxious and uncertain about what's going to happen next. There have been no clear answers to big questions and the little information available has been limited and unclear.
The relationship between Brexit and democracy is fraught. For many, the vote to leave the European Union was a moment in which ‘the people’ were finally able to make their voice heard. But where are ‘the people’ now?
Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest challenge this country has faced since the Second World War – or its greatest crisis.