After Brexit, residents will lose access to second homes on the Continent; businesses will lose access to EU labor.
- Eleanor Rose
LONDON — “I think the worst moment was going into the conservatoire the morning after,” said Peter Bourne, 21, of the 2016 Brexit referendum, which took place when he was studying music in Bordeaux, France.
“I was faced with a load of French people who expected answers from me because I was ‘the English one,'” he said.
“I had to explain to them that actually, it wasn’t anything to do with me because of where I came from — and that I was being dragged along.”
If Bourne had…