So, if there was a 2nd referendum- or Maybot gets her batteries removed, snap election and the next party decide to cancel Article 50 - where does that leave things?
Certainly with IndyRef, I have the feeling that there was a sense of anger amongst a fair few who voted “stay” with the quick procession of broken/backtracked/“clarified” promises from the Better Together camp - which is where I picked up the “neverendum” jeux du mots.
Same could be said for your typical British election. A bunch of politicians say things to get votes, turns out they’re not true - big difference there is the centuries of constitutional conventions etc.
Some folk continue to say xyz referendum was “a terrible idea”.
I think if there had been popular votes across Europe for landmark decisions such as Maastricht and Lisbon, and even the accession of eastern states - then we wouldn’t be in the mess we are now.