Brexit: English nationalism at its very worst.

Image courtesy of the Parliament magazine

When John Major took the reins of power in the aftermath of the ousting of Margaret Thatcher in November 1990, neither he nor his Tory successors could have envisaged the degree to which Europe would wreck what is to all intents and purposes, one of the most successful nation states in history of mankind.

Before devolution took place in 97 under Tony Blair’s Labour party, there was a…