And, if the vote is to remain in the EU, then it reflects the will of the people. You can have NYY explain that one, too, if you like. This business of "material change" is nonsense merely reflecting your desire not to see a change because "material change" is subjective to your personal desires and totally irrelevant, anyway. Irregardless, it's up to the British people. If they want it to continue, they'll vote to do so. If they don't, they'll vote to stop. That's called democracy, which you purport to love do much, until it starts conflicting with what you want.