We obviously have a political crisis, but so do half the countries in the EU. Ours has gone a bit septic, admittedly.
What is true is other MS differentiate much more strongly between EU & non-EU immigration, which is open to at least two interpretations.
with all that said, there are things in there (media, edu, class) that I've argued myself are drivers of right-wing elite resentment
and therefore of ongoing tantrum, but they work better on their own IMO, x-country comparisons are a bit weird since we all hide our warts
(to this EU tweep) culture of choice over trade-offs implied by public goods building explains the shock over edu practices, tabloid culture
and Brussels-the-antagonist as easy (or easier) sell. Open refusal of public goods trade-offs in turn feeds the "Perfidious Albion" reaction
I see Brexit much more as a problem on the elite right - of which tabloid editors are obviously a part.