Personally I get a bit fed up with the continual mis-identificaton of England with the UK (United Kingdom)
The United Kingdom as a whole voted 52 % in favour of leaving
England voted, and I can only find regional figures, from 40% to 59% in favour of leaving,
Wales voted 52.5% in favour of leaving,
Northern Ireland voted 44% in favour of leaving,
Scotland voted 38% in favour of leaving
Gibralter - which I admit I didn't know had a vote - voted 4% in faour of leaving. (source - BBC web-site)
It is all a bit ironic that two years ago one of the factors that swayed voters in the Scottish Independence referendum was the widely made claim that voting to stay in the Union was the only way to guarrantee continued membership of the EU for Scotland.
As for the similarity between Trump and Johnson, it had already been noted. And to add an international note, Donald Trump was in Scotland today - opening the refurbished Turnberry golf resort - and stated his belief that the referendum result 'was a great thing'. Still, what do I know ? I have voted in four referendums and been on the losing side in three of them.
Further, it is a good thing that my wife forbids bricks in the house. Every time I see Johnson on TV I get this almost irresistable urge to throw a brick at it. I could say more, but then I would have to move this topic to the SpeakEasy !