The Northern Ireland Protestants tended to vote leave, identifying with the English working class.
The Northern Ireland Catholics tended to vote remain, identifying with their brethren across the border.
The Scots voted remain to arm themselves with countervailing power against the English.
The Welsh showed their shallow sense of national ethnic identity by identifying more with the English working class. I don't know the figures for the more nationalist North Wales.
The illusions of the new European demos so cruelly exposed - it lives only in the elite bubble.
The fault lines in that historical and increasingly wobbly construct, the 'United Kingdom', are equally exposed to view.