And what’s wrong, actually, with admitting to a few of the other points that Brexiters like to make? Typically, it’s argued that metropolitan Remainers benefit greatly from cheap, imported, labour and services, in everything from the provision of career-boosting childcare to the digging out of property-value enhancing basements. Sure, Remainers could argue that they wouldn’t be paying any more to English people providing the same service – less, in the sort of economic downturn Brexit is so likely to precipitate, or even none. But that wouldn’t be a good look. Denying that such benefits even exist is not a good look either.