1. We will be maintaining the sovereignty of the UK parliament. So we won't be signing any free trade deals unless they contain more democratic oversight and control mechanisms than exist in the EU. We won't sign any deal with the US or Canada that leaves us at the mercy of international commercial courts telling our Parliament that it must allow US firms to bid for the easiest and most profitable bits of the NHS to deliver and leave UK taxpayers to struggle to shore up the rest.
2. We want to be open for business and trade successfully with the rest of the world. Just like the Germans.
3. We are the fifth largest economy in the world and are proud to stand alone. Or rather we were the fifth largest before the pound collapsed and we now need to cosy up to Turkish dictators. We have now decided that we desperately need to remain friends with Donald Trump whatever he does and we are hoping he doesn't spot quite how weak our hand is.
4. We'll be getting rid of all that pesky EU bureaucracy. Instead industry will be free to complete new UK customs documents and pay taxes for the privilege every time we try and import or export anything to our biggest market.
5. We'll also be freeing UK regions from European Social Fund finance. We think that what all those neglected areas of the country really need is a mayor and a fancy name like "The Northern Powerhouse". They should be grateful to be free of the job of completing the forms and checks that were necessary when they actually received some of that awkward money stuff.
6. We'll be helping farmers by getting them free of the crazy EU farm policies. Instead we'll expose them to cheap food imports from the US and New Zealand whilst cutting farming subsidies. That'll teach those peasants to be more efficient.
7. We've decided that our negotiating team will only consist of far right political extremists with a naive faith in the perfection of free markets - because that is the best way to ensure that the poor and the neglected are protected from the harsh realities of globalisation.
8. We've decided that we desperately need to strike a free trade deal with India and agree with the Indian government that the price for this is free movement of labour.
9. We've decided that we didn't really mean all that stuff about an extra £350 million a week for the NHS. What we really meant was that we're going to slowly privatise most healthcare and just leave a rump bare minimum service for the very poor.
10. We've decided that if you voted for Brexit but now think what you were promised is different to what is being delivered then it's bad luck. The referendum was a once in a lifetime opportunity to be lied to by both sides of the debate so we'll let Parliament express an opinion on the final deal and then sign it regardless.
If by any chance this is not the future that you signed up for - whichever way you voted - then I suggest you start campaigning for the open, tolerant, economicially successful Britain that most of us wanted. Or better still vote in the next election for a party or an individual within an existing party that wants a more positive future.
If a General Election produces a majority of MPs who aren't impressed by what is really on offer when we leave the EU then I don't see why a majority in a referendum on politicians promises should over-ride that.