The BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38996179 Tony Blair's words but it's this piece that set me thinking:
'Previously, Mr Blair has called for the views of the "16 million" people who had backed remaining in the EU not to be ignored.
He has argued that there has to be a way, either "through Parliament, or an election, or possibly through another referendum, in which people express their view".'
Imagine that the Remain campaign had won the EU Referendum by 52:48, or 51:49, or even by one solitary vote. Would the Remain side be saying that the 16 million people who voted to Leave the EU should not have their views ignored? Of course not. The remainiacs are showing their anti democratic side.
Just as when the Irish and French gave the 'wrong' answer in referendums, it is clear that to the remainiacs giving the 'wrong' answer is not acceptable and the pro EU side will push for referendum after referendum until the British people give the 'correct' answer at which point there will be no further referendum, ever.