Yesterday I posted some links about Brexit's impact on the Middle East. Those were serious assessments, whether one agrees with them or not. On the other hand, there's Karl Sharro.
Satirist Karl Sharro has been on the case, beginning last week with his piece for The Atlantic, "Brexit: A Tale of ‘Ancient Ethnic Hatreds’: What if columnists wrote about the U.K. the way they do about the Middle East?"
He traces it all to the age-old conflict between Normans and Anglo-Saxons, of course. After interviewing the inevitable taxi driver.
Separately, he came up with this explanatory graphic;