From what we’ve seen so far, the EU reaction has been very measured: sorry to see you go, but go if must – and sooner rather than later. Which may have started worrying Brexiters, who probably thought that all of the EU – Commission and members, would panic and beg Britain to stay, at any condition. Europe – and I mean the continent, not just the EU, may have called the Brexit bluff: now that they are free to go, they seem far leas enthusiastic, as not all of them believe their own toxic propaganda and even the ones who were fooled by it, start to realise the staggering cost to the economy and society. Including the Cornish and Welsh, who voted themselves out of hundreds of millions from the EU, which the populace which voted for Brexit, didn’t even know about.
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