Whatever you believe, democratically, it has to happen.
WRONG! WRONG! WRONG!
The vote was advisory
The vote was not legally binding
The changes which some are attempting to force were sanctioned/endorsed/supported by around a third of those asked
The vote was not about any of the proposed solutions what people think of them is yet to be ascertained, (unless you believe the polls which show that "no deal" has almost as little support as "May's deal", either way, below 25%
We live in a parliamentary "democracy" which, like it or not, means that what happens will be decided entirely by our elected representatives in "the Commons", (and to a lesser extent, the unelected ones in "the Lords"), and that includes the little tyrants within the Executive who still unbelievably wanna try and ignore that
People who wanna talk about democracy, especially our hideous bastardizion of it should at the very least do some light reading about it before they do so.
Sorry if it feels like I'm picking on you, I'm not, you're far from the only one who has spoken on such a manner whilst demonstrably having little to no clue about the referendum, democracy and/or parliamentary democracy. This is addressed to all who choose to take such a path with regards this monumental mess.
It's gotta stop because it is nonsense. Utter, utter nonsense.
What you're seeing is democracy, or at least our mangled version of democracy, specifically parliamentary democracy, in action.
People need to learn and remember this come the next general election, because it's actually really important stuff, and if they don't we'll get the same shower of **bleep** again and again and again, the only thing that'll change is the colour of the ties and where they sit. As has been illustrated throughout the history of our Parliament from the times of Oliver Cromwell at least, but nobody wants to learn and remember that either and so here we are. Having conversations like this. Over and over and over again.