Dream on. Current polling suggests the support for rejoining the EU is only just over 30%, roughly the same level of support Jeremy Corbyn enjoyed at the last General Election.The solution is simple. Rejoin the customs union, the single market and eventually the EU.
The reality is we're out, we're staying out, and we won't ever be going back in.
No-one except the Lib Dems in England and the SNP in Scotland is going to be dumb enough to fight an election with a rejoin the EU manifesto pledge.
Some aspects of the Brexit Deal aren't great, but most Brexiteers aren't moaning because we got the main thing we wanted, to get out of the EU.
The sectors that have had some adverse result from the deal will have to learn to live with it, unless the deal was to break down completely in future for some reason. They essentially have two choices; whinge or try to find new markets for their products.
I'm not in the slightest bit surprised at all the EU's silly games with things like shellfish. They're a nasty shower of shite and this predictable petty bureaucratic awkwardness is just about par for the course. No Brexiteer I know is at all surprised by the EU's attitude - it's this sort of thing that galvanised us into voting leave in the first place. Rather than take the bait we need to just cut the EU out of as much of our trade as possible and actively become both more self-sufficient and less european focussed. Why get embroiled in a punch up with them, when we should just step back, say f*** you lot, we're going to concentrate on the rest of the world that isn't part of the EU.
Let them fester in their own coronavirus infested cesspit. We're well out of it.