I think the statement is simply to remind people they've not gone away, and nothing more at this stage, but it's not good.Brexit -- the gift that keeps on giving.
“They didn’t understand the repercussions of being Brexiteers.”
I can understand their concern, since they must realise, even though they don't like to think about it, that everyone but them wants a united Ireland, whether on principle or simply to be rid of NI, and sooner rather than later, so for different reasons it suits both Dublin and London for this situation to carry on, since it must make union with the South an increasingly attractive proposition.“They didn’t understand the repercussions of being Brexiteers.”
I hope none of them voted for Brexit. It looks like the irony is going to get really awful for a lot of Brexiteers.Yet another one:
UK assembly line at standstill as pharmaceutical company sets up in Amsterdam and plans EU expansionwww.theguardian.com