LONDON (AP) — Leaving the European Union is not the only split British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has to worry about.
Johnson's commanding election victory this week may let him fulfill his campaign promise to "get Brexit done," but it could also imperil the future of the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Scotland and Northern Ireland didn't vote for Brexit, didn't embrace this week's Conservative electoral landslide -- and now may be drifting permanently away from London.
In a victory speech Friday, Johnson said the election result proved that leaving the EU is "the irrefutable, irresistible, unarguable decision of the British people."
Arguably, though, it isn't. It's the will of the English, who make up 56 million of