Aileen, I can see why some Brexiters might fear their victory being stolen from them, but I think there is no chance that will happen.
The result was clear, and the backlash against any politicians who tried to ignore it would be fierce. It would be politically suicidal, risking civil unrest.
So although I think a lot of pain may come from this decision, the decision is made and we are going out
I realise that, and know that there's virtually zero probability of it happening, but all I was doing was drawing people's attention (and we do get quite a few visitors to the forum) to the fact that the result of this or any other referendum isn't legally binding, as some seemed to think at the time of the IndyRef.