Below is an impressive chart on the life expectancy of those who voted leave or remain and thus highlighting those who will actually incur the the Brexit costs or benefits.
Since even Rees-Mogg thinks there may be a period of disruption for 20 years or so. (He shows a remarkable lack of both empathy and intelligence that, with a family fortune based on coal mining, although he is now a more respectable ‘investment banker’, he seems to find it difficult to realise that people require hope for their future.) The calculations suggest that we should be giving our youth a disproportionate influence.
So this chart suggests that we owe our youths, our children, the future that most of them voted for in spite of the toxic, lying environment of the referendum in 2016. Of course the figures indicate that they are now even more remain orientated.
They, and indeed all of us, may well be more informed now.
And as for the motivation of the LEAVE movers and shakers, there is an incisive article by the FT columnist Andrew Shrimsley, who has also written in the Irish Times so this link should not be intermittent!