Echoing what I’ve been moaning about since I moved to “Britain” (that “Brits” are recalcitrant by definition and difficult to work with) and saying that Boris Johnson is full of it, with one major difference – and this is important – namely, equating English and British. (I stopped doing that after a while.)
In the Netherlands, the UK is called “England”. The distinction between Britain’s four nations barely ever features in the conversations there.
If you’re a non-English business Brit who deals with Europe and may have to do more negotiating now, this is something to keep in mind and be forgiving about.
This too is diversity.
(I’m about to make a video related to this, so be on the lookout for that post here, if the topic is of interest to you.)
(Also, I too am now often perceived as “difficult to work with” for Dutch people and Americans, I am sure, after 16 years in England.)