Sweden and Poland are having doubts. As are the Czechs, despite going through a change in government over the issue.
Meanwhile, Sinn Fein, which didn’t fight all those years to ditch the Brits just to get ruled from Brussels, are threatening legal action without a referendum.
The EU is starting to look more and more like the old Austria-Hungarian Empire, held together with bits of string and gum, legal sleight-of-hand, and increasingly desperate diplomacy. In the meantime, the markets and fiscal and economic reality march inexorably on.