I have never been hugely into politics, and never really followed the nuances of what is going on, on a day-to-day basis. But the last few weeks have been truly unbelievable - and the UK has been on the global stage like never before (and not in a good way).
What do the recent resignations and political back-stabbings demonstrate to our future generation about leadership? Hardly a good example is it Boris - or Gove - or Farage?
We still really don't know what is going to become of the United Kingdom - and our place within Europe. It is indeed a real mess.
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has accused Brexit campaigners Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage of quitting when things got difficult. "The Brexit heroes of yesterday are now the sad Brexit heroes of today," he told the European Parliament. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told MEPs that the Brexit vote was "extremely unfortunate", especially for the UK. "That country now has collapsed - politically, economically, monetarily and constitutionally, and you will have years ahead of you to get out of this mess."