IF there is a second referendum and "remainers" get their way it will be because people who were ill informed about the pros and cons of leaving have had their eyes opened. I firmly believe there should never have been a simple yes/no vote on this very complex issue but, as there was, it's only fair to let those who genuinely thought leaving the EU would benefit the country and have now discovered that it is neither easy, nor logical to sever ties to an organisation to which we are so heavily entwined get another opportunity to revise their decision. If leavers are so confident the decision was correct they should have no fear of it being reversed.
For me the people who were elected to look after our interests should do just that. That would mean revoking article 50 WITHOUT a second vote. It's become so obvious that leaving would be detrimental, nay, catastrophic for our economy and the people who will suffer for the longest didn't get a vote on the matter anyway. Is it really fair for a 60 something to devastate the potential and freedom of movement of youngsters who are only now able to have a voice? With the information now out in the public domain I think all those I mention have the right to have their views expressed in a ballot.