It's a fair point and no-one should expect otherwise really. Remainers wouldn't be embracing a second vote if they'd squeezed home by a very slim margin. But this whole "we won" narrative needs to stop really. There's no winners here. We have a government in crisis, calling an emergency cabinet meeting tomorrow to decide on the "least worst option". This is where we're now at. https://www.theguardian.com/politic...lock-continues-as-mps-fail-to-find-compromise Tory and Labour parties both badly split and losing MPs. Public split, polarised and angry. Businesses desperate for some certainty and stability. Millions of people with lives in limbo and uncertain futures. A country already with massive problems in just about every sector but with attempts to tackle these problems gridlocked by Brexit preoccupations and likely to be made worse whatever happens now. Who won exactly?