Should the people of Britain have a second vote on the EU Referendum, once we know what the final deal looks like?
Yes. Polls show support for a People’s Vote on Theresa May's deal.
Yes. The Brexit that was promised is not the one that is going to be delivered.
Yes. The demographic breakdown of the UK has changed since the 2016 referendum.
Yes. If a democracy cannot change its mind, it ceases to be a democracy.
If the 2016 referendum were to be held again, the more time passes, the more likely it seems that Remain would have won.
No. It would be undemocratic to ignore the result of the referendum just because you don't like it.
One problem of a second vote is: what to put on the ballot? A 3-way choice of Remain / May's Deal / No Deal, perhaps with preferential voting? Or simply Leave vs Remain? It would be hard to keep the question simple, while keeping the result meaningful and fair.