It doesn’t matter that the result was narrow. Mr Cameron called this vote and he lost it. He told Britain to remain in the EU, and Britain chose to leave. No prime minister can survive that. …
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove and other Leave-minded Tories will call the shots for Mr Cameron, even if he remains in office for a few weeks while the Conservative Party crowns his replacement.
The future of the UK:
It is now clear that we can no longer speak of London as being part of England [demographically, less than 44% British born whites in the 2011 census]. The UK capital may sit geographically in England, but its political outlook, like its economy, is so widely different as to justify a different constitutional status. This is now the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and London.
And how long will that union remain in its current form? For while Scotland may have agreed with Mr Cameron on the EU, by going against the UK verdict on Brexit, Scots have given the Scottish National Party the perfect case for another vote on independence.