The less said about the Leave campaign, the better. Never has a victory been more Pyrrhic, including those at Heraclea and Asculum.
What matters now is that, "The referendum result sent a clear message from parts of Britain that have been left behind by globalisation."
The key figure is the man who said that. He is most certainly not to the right of Theresa May.
Just as there are people to the left of Jeremy Corbyn and of the ghost of Tony Benn, so there are people to the right of May and of the political ghosts of David Cameron and Tony Blair.
But not, in either case, so as to make any electoral difference.
Of course we are in the throes of a realignment.
That realignment is the complete transformation, not least through the exponential enlargement, of Corbyn's Labour Party.
A few Labour MPs, and perhaps one or two Conservatives (although almost certainly not), might try a new party, but it would sink without trace.
But no, of course those Labour MPs would not join the Conservative Party! Why on earth would they do that?
Merely because of philosophical or policy agreement? That level of naivety is positively touching.