I feel your anxiety. I'm about to exchange on a new build flat in London to be built this time next year so risk struggling to get a mortgage if shit hits the fan over the next 12 months. You might say well why not wait, but I've spent almost three years with a "let's wait until Brexit is sorted" attitude and we're still no closer to a resolution - I'm 31 I can't put my life on hold anymore so I'm taking the plunge. I despair at the situation we're in. When I graduated in 2009 I had to get a job off the back of the last recession, moved cities to find something and a few years later when I came out the other end I thought I'd done my time for a couple of decades with economic turmoil. Instead we now have this self-inflicted shite which puts my job and housing situation at risk. I'm beyond f'ked off at the situation and am sick of hearing particularly golden generation people saying "well it will be shit for a bit but then it will eventually get better" when they're lucky enough to afford to survive it having benefited from absurd house price booms and final salary pensions (I should say, I include close family members in this). Maybe one day people will realise that while the Boris's and Jacob's of this world can afford to play ideological politics most of us can't.