>The FTSE 100 has totally recovered and then some, and the FTSE 250 has almost completely recovered, up from February lows. There is no economic fallout.
>The rise in hate crimes hasn't been confirmed by any police force, and these brain dead millennials always find something to cry about, so there's no social fallout.
>The only fallout is political fallout, but Cameron was growing increasingly unpopular anyway, and the Labour voters have felt increasingly dissatisfied with the party for failing to represent their interests (hence their poor performance in last year's general election). I think a shake up of the Labour and Conservative Parties is good, and was totally inevitable.
I really don't think Farage needs to remain leader of UKIP now that he's finally got what he's been working 22 years to get. To some extent the party seems redundant now. Besides, you're probably forgetting his temporary resignation last summer.
lol @ Americans now suddenly being experts at British politics