Only 47% of the electorate voted for Brexit supporting parties in the General Election, whereas 53% voted for parties who explicitly backed a 2nd referendum or the revocation of Article 50 in their manifestos. While we have no true idea of how people would have voted were it a single issue plebiscite on EU membership, you categorically cannot claim that the election result demonstrates that the will of the people is to leave the EU. It does not, period. If anything, the result is suggestive of precisely the opposite; and just so happens to be neatly inline with all polling on the question conducted over the last 3.5 years, which now suggests that 55%+ are in favour of remaining. Given this result, if you were genuinely concerned about the will of the people over parliamentary democracy, then logic dictates that you would now favour a 2nd referendum in order to find out what that will is today. If however, you've now backtracked and have instead decided that you care more about parliamentary democracy over the will of the people, then you absolutely cannot complain about MP's in the previous parliament doing their job properly by voting for things that had the effect of temporarily holding up one very specific and ultra-hard version of Brexit, that totally contradicts what the British public were sold during the run up to our referendum. So which is it?