Brexit, says Danny Dyer, is “like this mad riddle that no one knows what it is”. The fact that it seems this way shows how successfully the few are frustrating the wishes of the many.
Two years ago, 17.4 million people voted Leave. The prime minister, David Cameron, resigned. The new prime minister, Theresa May, said she would implement the referendum result. Last year, she called a general election. Both the two main parties said they would implement the referendum result. Between them, they won 84 per cent of the vote. Even many who voted Remain wanted implementation.