Shakespeare belongs to all humans because he wrote about the human condition.
Fundamentally Brexit is a reduction of humanity. Britons go from being important actors on a world stage to disappearing up their own ever diminishing island fundament. Scottish independence is the same. A diminution of what it is to be human from a universal respect for humanity to a populist jingoism.
Brexit if you must - but William Shakespeare belongs to the global village - all of humanity - he will never be part of Brexit.
I found this quote from a paper by Richard Wilson
"The Globe Theatre […] would have been for Shakespeare the pattern of the universe, the idea of the Macrocosm, the world stage on which the Microcosm acted his parts. All the world’s a stage." The words are in a real sense the clue to the Globe Theatre." It is by Juegen Schulz, ‘Maps as Metaphors: Mural Map Cycles of the Italian Renaissance’.
I borrowed this too -
The Settings of Shakespeare's Plays by Date for a chronology of the content of the plays.
All’s Well that Ends Well
Setting: Rousillon, Paris, Florence, and Marseilles
Antony and Cleopatra
Setting: Parts of the Roman Empire
As You Like It
Setting: Forest of Arden
The Comedy of Errors
Setting: Rome, Corioli, and Antium
Setting: Britain, Italy
Setting: Rome; afterwards, Sardis and near Philippi
Love’s Labour’s Lost
Setting: Scotland and England
Measure for Measure
The Merchant of Venice
Setting: Partly in Venice, and partly at Belmont, the seat of Portia on the Continent
The Merry Wives of Windsor
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Setting: Athens, and a wood nearby
Much Ado about Nothing
Setting: Venice (for first act) and a sea-port in Cyprus
Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Setting: various countries
Romeo and Juliet
Setting: Verona and Mantua
The Taming of the Shrew
Setting: Sometimes in Padua, and sometimes in Petruchio's home in the country
Setting: The Sea; afterwards an Island
Timon of Athens
Troilus and Cressida
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Setting: Verona, Milan, and the frontiers of Mantua
Setting: A city in Illyria, and the sea-coast nearby
The Winter’s Tale
Setting: Sometimes in Sicilia, sometimes in Bohemia
Go on then - Brexit - but you can't take Shakespeare away from the world, from Europe and from humanity - he won't fit into anything so small-minded even with Boris's putting all his weight onto it.