This brutally honest reporter perfectly sums up how Brexit is going

Ask anyone living in the UK what's up with Brexit, and you'll likely get an answer sounding something like this: we have no idea.

Because, in a nutshell, the practicalities of Brexit are confusing as hell.

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One very honest BBC reporter just summarised how most us feel about the monumental political moment that is our upcoming departure from the European Union.

"Looking at things right now I haven't got the foggiest idea what's going to happen in the coming weeks," political correspondent Chris Mason said in a brutally honest report on BBC Breakfast.

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In a report that's perhaps best summarised by a simple shruggie ( ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ), Mason honestly stated that even political journalists like him are still in the dark when it comes to Brexit.

"People like me are paid [...] to have insight and foresight and hindsight about these things," Mason said, but added that the most prominent questions remain unanswered.

"Is the prime minister going to get a deal with the EU? Don't know. Is she going to get it through the Commons? Don't know that either," Mason said.

Mason's refreshing brand of honesty struck a chord with a lot of people who are also struggling to follow what's actually going on with Brexit.

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While it's not exactly comforting that even the experts don't know what's going on, it's sort of nice to know that we're all together in our cluelessness.

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