The EU referendum result came as a shock to just about everyone, including the leaders of the “Leave” campaign (and me).
The aftershocks of this earthquake in British politics are still being felt.
Three of the central antagonists – the Prime Minister David Cameron, the leader of “Leave” Boris Johnson and leader of UKIP Nigel Farage – have all ‘resigned’. The leader of the Opposition is clinging onto office by his fingernails.
These individual dramas and excitements are, however, mere sideshows.
The real tragedy is the way the British constitution has been turned on its head. Continue reading