So I assume the remain folks want to eventually push for another vote to reverse Brexit. In a way I get it - the complexities in leaving were obviously not made clear before the first vote. My question is - what happens if they vote to leave again?
That's my take on it. The reason they haven't struck a deal is because the EU needs the UK in. Even in its diminished capacity, the UK is still a pretty big player on the world stage. No longer as strong as when they basically owned everything and ruled an empire, but still pretty big.