They’re the children of divorce. If an estimated 3 million Continental citizens working the UK are subjected to current immigration policy, most would lose their jobs. It’s an affirmation of Brexit supporters’ job protection claims, but it’s still unknown how separation would occur. Resigning PM David Cameron says he won’t invoke the departure article of the EU treaty, and his likely successor, Brexiteer Boris Johnson, says there’s no rush. Overwhelmingly pro-EU Scotland’s parliament must agree or British lawmakers must weaken Scottish autonomy — a move sure to stoke Scottish independence efforts.