As Glynsky pointed out here, it is time to move on. I am just afraid, you Brits aren’t ready.
Yesterday it was confirmed, David Cameron will not do anything. Besides blaming the EU for his mess. This time it is EU immigration policy, which he blames for the Brexit. Of course, it could not have been his fault. Even on his way out he is trying to blame others. At least he is consistent. Blaming the EU for UK problems like he did for what, a decade? Maybe you want to elect someone with a backbone and a brain next?
Yet, there is a real reason you cannot do much. Civil Service, now in charge of negotiating some 120 (!) new trade contracts, has twenty experts to do so. Yep, that is 20 to go through thousands of pages of just one major contract.
Unfortunately, while UK politicians are busy with power play, businesses are reacting. They cannot afford to wait for politicians to get their act together.
Imports traded in US Dollars became more expansive since Monday, because the GBP tanked. A friend in the UK was ordered by the American parent company to raise UK prices by 30%. And that is wholesale. Expect to see some nasty price increases at retail.
And another friend, working for the EU subsidiary of an American organization, was ordered to relocate EU headquarters from London to Bruxelles. I am afraid, many others will follow. Either because they have to, like the EU banking regulators and other EU bodies located in London. Or because they want to. We saw the same after 9/11. Many businesses took advantage of the atmosphere and left expensive NY for much cheaper New Jersey. Expect real estate prices to drop.