Brexit has seen the rise and fall of British governments, with chief architect Boris Johnson now disappearing in the rear-view mirror while Rishi Sunak charts a course without him.
Sir Keir Starmer has moved from pro-EU to pro-leave, while the SNP has stood by its line and now counts re-entry as a key weapon in its arsenal as it fights for Scottish independence.
This morning, former Treasury Secretary Kate Forbes attributed Britain’s current high inflation woes directly to Brexit, while economists have long warned of the long-term damage to the country’s finances.
All in all, Tory MP Jacob-Reese Mogg said there will be benefits but it will take years to bear fruit.
The Herald wants to know how our readers feel on this issue: have you changed your mind or would your vote remain the same if a new referendum were held tomorrow?
The Herald is at the forefront of all major news and Brexit is no different. Here is a selection of our latest articles and opinion pieces on this topic:
Kate Forbes: Tories think Scots are stupid with Dog’s Dinner Brexit
Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg vs. Mark Carney
Scotland ‘losing £3bn in public revenue a year’
A BBC poll found that one in five Brexit voters would vote differently
One thing is certain: the Brexit debate will certainly continue. And the Herald will continue to provide comprehensive coverage, from breaking news to analysis and opinion on the latest developments.