In fact, Scotland's main reason for wanting to withdraw from Britain a couple of years ago was so they could join the EU, if Britain left. So now there's a movement there to leave the U.K. instead, so Scotland can affiliate independently with the E.U. As for Northern Ireland, there's even talk of leaving the U.K. and re-uniting with Ireland, which is an E. U. member. This would be despite the long-standing, bitter violence between Catholic Ireland and Protestant Northern Ireland, until the recent rapproachment.
Buyers' remorse seems to be growing. Over
This was a very poorly managed political operation, beginning with Prime Minister Cameron's initial plan to give the Leave people a vote to prove they weren't a majority -- and thus shut them up. Then the Remain campaign couldn't get the Labour Party leader to join them, and it failed to sufficiently convince voters of the extent of the consequences. It was all a very bad calculation, underestimating the widespread anger at government. The immigration problem merely exacerbated the economic problems already caused by the austerity plan.
So now maybe the Brits can stop laughing at our election debacle for a bit.