No opinion is worthless. Doesn't mean that I will agree with every one put forward but I feel no need to rubbish it because it conflicts with mine or is expressed n a way that I might think of as "quaint" or unusual as we all approach things from our individual standpoints.
These are indeed interesting times. These are challenging times but we have had many before. Bin strikes, power cuts, 3 day weeks and going back further machine guns mounted at our pit heads by Churchill. The advent of New Labour brought an emphasis on the central ground in politics. Since then people's politics appear to have become more polarised on both the left and the right. Brexit has added to this with the rise of the right in UKIP / Tory Right and the dissatisfaction of people in traditional Labour areas helping to confuse issues.
An issue as big as this transcends party politics and our current mechanisms are struggling to cope.
Personally, I voted Remain. The reasons I voted Remain are unchanged.
I wonder if those who voted Leave feel the same way as the impact of that choice becomes clearer.