Yes I do, but I think if you're starting out, it's hard enough putting one leg in front of the other without trying to alter your natural stride at the same time. A few minutes each day on simple conditioning exercises will probably do you more good in the long term.
Well I think you can ditch the insoles right away. Shin splints is usually just too much too soon. Don't worry about cadence and trying to alter your stride there isn't really a quick fix.
I would rest until the pain goes and I'm the meantime do some strengthening on your calves. The underlying problem is usually one of the two major calf muscles overeorking to compensate cor weakness un the oylther one . Google has stood and try ten on each door three times a day.
Yes the best result would be an extremely narrow remain that would give a mandate to British politicians to challenge what is wrong about the EU, but europe will see a yes vote as an endorsement of all its policies. The question is just too narrow.