It's just amazing how many people are waking up so late to this shit-shower. The warnings were all there before the referendum, issued by experts in economics, trade and law. The logical, sensible conclusion any reasonable person would have made is that Brexit was a major gamble, largely unnecessary and would likely not solve the lingering grievances of people left behind by the recession. The vote was hi-jacked by right wing politicians to advance their own interests, who painted the expert advice as a fear project. Some of them have since been convicted of fraud and many of the lies told have been exposed. But despite this we are all now stuck with a perfect storm of incompetent government, a desperate Tory party fighting for its life (but no-one else's), a torn up Labour party in disarray, self-interested extremists and the prospect of major disruptions to systems that we have taken for granted would function smoothly for decades.
There is so little time left to correct this mess. If you voted for Brexit, of course it's hard to admit that you got it wrong, that you made a mistake or that you were misled. Nobody wants to admit that. But sometimes you just have to swallow hard and accept that you were deceived. History looks poorly on those who went along unthinkingly with a bad decision, but far more fondly on those who regretted and changed course as the evidence presented itself. As the circumstances change sensible people change their opinion. It is vital, right now, with so little time left, that those people who are just beginning to see the light regarding the mess we will be left with if either a Chequers-deal, another type of hard Brexit or a No-Deal goes ahead - please do the right thing and work to reverse the mistake. There's only a couple of hundred days left to totally alter the dire prospects that face you and your children. Write to your MP and let them know that you no longer trust that Brexit is right for the UK, that you don't want to see the country split into separate nation states or a return to violence in Northern Ireland, and that you want british jobs preserved and protected.
At the very least, call for a fresh vote on the final terms, now that the failure of the negotiation is becoming clear and that the lack of planning for failure is so apparent. If democracy was your concern in 2016, then it should still be now that we know so much more about how poor the outcome will be for the UK post Brexit. It's about so much more than the multiple inconveniences that face british people if the UK leaves. It's about how the UK is perceived and about its place in the world now that Trump, Putin and others are messing with the standards we used to hold dear.
So yes, sure, worry about driving licences, about roaming phone charges, about lack of medicines, about food shortages, about price-rises, about queues at ports, about staff shortages etc etc etc. But above all please do something at this late stage to prevent an enormous national mistake.