It’s simply back to business as usual for the Conservative Party, after the brief populist insurgency :
Mr. Johnson, sought to calm nerves and markets with his first extensive remarks on the way forward, setting out a position that seemed to de-emphasize elements of what the Leave campaign had promised.
While Johnson’s endearing eccentricity and caring toff-image helped sell the Leave vote, I find it unconvincing that he personally believed in the cause anymore that in provided political career opportunities for him :
Mr. Johnson also played down the central issue of the campaign, immigration, saying it was not really what Britons were voting on, despite considerable evidence that it was.
The Leave vote represented White Brits rejecting globalism, no borders and taken to its conclusion, their own genocide. Conservatives ignore it at their peril.