As a Remainer, I got plenty of abuse for allegedly refusing to 'respect' the result of the 2016 referendum. Let's leave aside for a moment the fact that the referendum was advisory not binding, that it had a gerrymandered electorate, that it was won by lying, cheating and possibly Russian interference.
What I wonder is why Brexiters aren't required to respect the referendum result? During the referendum campaign, they promised that
we would stay in the Single Market
we would be richer, with more money to spend on the NHS
we would not in any circumstances leave without a deal
we would get to vote on any proposed deal before we committed to leaving
there would be no border between Northern Ireland and the UK
there would be no disruption to trade
we would have a whole stack of new trade deals to start the day we left the EU etc, etc
With just 14 working days to the end of transition, we still have no idea whether we will get a deal or not. What we do know is that any deal we get will bear no resemblance to what the Leavers promised. The referendum was won by the deal the Leavers promised, not the lousy deal or no deal we are being offered today.
I want the referendum result to be honoured. I want delivery of the Brexit that was promised. If that can't be delivered, there is no justification for leaving the EU.