From: Eleanor Dudley
How about we have another referendum five years after we’ve left?
Even most Leavers would be up for that, because they know we’d be better off out of the EU and you know what, remainers know it too, hence their resistance to that idea?
Also, during the course of a government’s reign there is often a majority of public opinion against them, still they are given the chance to enact their manifesto’s pledges, via a fixed term of around five years usually, then they are re-assessed at the next election.
There have been plenty of governments who have done just as much damage as Remainers insist Brexit will do, yet, they are still allowed their time in office without a new election forced upon them.
Therefore, the same goes for Brexit.
No matter what the fears of the public, until it is given the chance, it has not been given its democratic opportunity.
A second referendum is therefore unacceptable.