Futures Forum: Climate change: Brexit and Clexit
The 'left-behind' areas of the UK which largely voted for Brexit will be the ones who will be hardest hit:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and austerity
Futures Forum: Brexit: and leaving behind the left-behind
And this prognosis has been repeated many times:
“The Midlands and the North of England are more exposed to Brexit than any other region in Europe” | CityMetric (Feb 2018)
Places that voted leave are going to be hit harder after Brexit | Metro News (July 2018)
Every Brexit option will make Britain poorer, government admits | Daily Mail Online (Nov 2018)
But, then, the UK, like France where there's been a spot of protest of late, is a very centralised state:
Futures Forum: The death of local democracy
Futures Forum: The assault on Local Government: The Strange Death of Municipal England:
The regions are not going to do very well, then, from Brexit:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and another key policy area gets sidelined > local government funding
Futures Forum: Brexit: and local authorities anticipating "billions in lost funding and soaring poverty"
Futures Forum: Brexit: and the failures of 'localism'
Futures Forum: Brexit: and 'London ignoring local communities still further, particularly in the South-West'
As anticipated in this piece from the latest New European:
Little respite for fly-over Britain
Brexit will do nothing for the overlooked parts of the UK, says JOHN KAMPFNER. Instead, it will hurt them the most. | Latest Brexit news and top stories - The New European