Look people who voted for leaving did only probably the core issue, immigration. You can't totally control immigration and be in the EU. Therefore by simple logical you have to leave the EU to control the borders in terms of people entering the UK. That's why you got areas like Sunderland which depend on free movement of goods in terms of car parts voting to leave. Also the generation who voted to join in 1974 did not vote for what is now the setup of the EU. There was no vote on the change into the EU in 1992 by the citizens of the UK. You can have free movement of goods without free movement of people in a union. But I do feel that the vote on the 23/06/2016 is questionable. I feel given how very important the vote was to the structure of the UK. It should have been mandatory with stiff penalties for not taking part. 13million did not bother to take up their right to vote. If we have a second vote I want to see strong legal structure to push people to take part. It should be a very good % of the 45million who we know have the right to take part. I have said before it is likely there is a sizeable chunk of remainers within the 13million who did not bother voting thinking the leave sector was quite low. It must have been quite a shock for those remainers who failed to vote on 23/06/2016 to wake up and read leave had pulled it off. Logic would say it is highly unlikely those who did not bother to vote were leavers. Because if you want to quit something go have be pro active. So of course might be don't care either way. You only need 1.3million voters to swing it the other way. That is only 10% of the could not be bothered to vote.