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From afar it appears to be increasingly likely that the UK is going to find the terms of a Brexit deal unpalatable and this may lead to the masses seeking to stay in the union despite all the rhetoric to the contrary.
If this was to happen, the only plausible acronym to accompany the inevitable wave of media which would follow is Brentry (or Brit re-entry). I thought I might be the first to coin the term.