The Mail has explained what Brexit means and its readers seem shocked

Dina Rickman@dinarickman
Saturday 25 June 2016 11:00

'TAKE A BOW, BRITAIN', the front page of today's pro-Leave Daily Mail urges.

Inside, as well as hailing the referendum as 'the day the quiet people stood up and roared' and rubbishing the 'disaster' that was project fear, it also explores what Brexit means for its readers: the pound is worth less which means holidays cost more, Britons will lose the right to work, buy holiday homes, travel and study without restrictions in the EU and pensions have lost value. All in all, some things to worry its readers even if they share the paper's politics.

And in the comments online underneath the story, many of those readers seen dumbfounded, shocked and ever so slightly incredulous:

Not everyone, of course, was experiencing 'regrexit':

We've never felt more proud to be British.

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