If they don't like the answer, they shouldn't have asked the question. Unfortunately (at least for a remainer like me) the question was asked, and we got an answer by the rules that were set at the time. Too late to moan about the people eligible to vote, whether a simple majority or perhaps a 67% majority was required, or whether multiple questions should have been put. Cleggy, like Bliar, should now be quiet. The people have spoken - however narrowly. Just get on with it! Oh they can't, too much bickering in the cabinet. Weak and wobbly May should have carried on without the recent election, then we might actually be getting somewhere.Keep having referendums until you get the answer that you want.