Why should we accept laws we have no say in, pre-referendum we had a voice in making those laws (quite a loud one actually) but now?"Thick as mince.. and racist..."
I don't consider those shown at Brexit parties to be typical of 17 million Leave voters anymore than I consider those on here who call people who disagree with them thick, northern racists, gammon etc. to be representative of millions of Remain voters.
Why would I stick you on ignore? I am open to hearing opinions that are different from my own. It has taken 3 years to get anywhere near to leaving the EU so I honestly don't think you can say Remain voices have not been heard in the last 3 years. Too late now of course, but I wonder if Remain posters on here think it would have been preferable, in retrospect, to accept the result of the referendum immediately and campaigned for a very soft Brexit instead. Most Leavers are not unreasonable and might well have accepted an outcome that honoured the result whilst acknowledging the closeness of the vote.