The Labour areas that swung the EU referendum for Leave were often, as across the North East, areas of barely any immigration.
Many of the others were centres of significant Asian population.
As near to immediately as would ever have been possible, the referendum result has led to the abandonment of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, affecting 50 per cent of the global economy.
But the only thing that we know about Theresa May's approach to immigration is what she is not going to do about it, namely the thing that was promised by the right wing of the Leave campaign.
A campaign of which, in all fairness, she was never part, so that no such promise was ever made by her.