WWhen he lost the EU referendum, David Cameron called on Barack Obama and the European leaders to apologize. However, he had no reason to apologize to Great Britain. Some remnants insist that he should never have held a referendum, and his words in an interview indicate that a man is burdened with guilt. "I'm very worried," he says.
But as Mr Cameron points out, Britain has been divided over Europe for a long time, and the referendum was 'inevitable'. In fact, it's one of the best things he's ever done.
The remaining people are not allowed to rewrite the story. They want us to believe that before 2016, Britain was a happy, united little social democracy. The referendum was held to …