Voter remorse is one of the sad ripple effects coming out of Britain’s Brexit election.
As the pols struggle with how to accomplish the split and how much pain it should cause, a sorry refrain is heard from some voters. Thinking Brexit would fail, they used their vote as a tool to make it close – to rap their leaders on the noggin by voting to leave the European Union. One summed it up: “I didn’t think ‘leave’ would win. I didn’t think my vote would really count.”
To be sure there was . . .