All of this has made it again clear that Brexit will never end and that the Brexit movement has gone fully Trumpian, nourishing a permanent victimhood culture. Or as
Chris Grey nicely summarised it in his blog a few weeks ago: “The country, as represented by Frost, seems increasingly like a stroppy, entitled teenager who has stormed out of the family home in
a tantrum and now endlessly complains that his awful parents are disrespecting him. ‘Not only are they no longer housing me,’ he whines, ‘but they are insisting I clear my stuff out just because I promised to when I left. And I’m stuck
with paying the rent on my new place because they won’t help me out any more. Don’t they realise I’m an adult now?” Until the end of 2020, it was all about escaping the EU, now it is all about blaming the EU for the (predicted)
consequences of Brexit.