Its fascinating to watch from a distance this fight in the UK between the democratic vote of the people in a referendum and the establishment failing to agree to "losers consent". The votes had hardly been counted and the winner announced before the fightback to overturn the result started. The establishment is happy to give losers consent at an election as they know regardless of who the winner is they will always keep hold of the reins of power. But what now? They lost the referendum but don't accept the result. But is the UK really a democracy, less than half of parliament is elected and the people you elect are representatives and once elected are not beholden to the people but their party, they don't swear an oath to the people but to the crown. The Government (if it has a majority) is accountable to no-one. Why do you think the establishment don't want a codified constitution, could it be that an unwritten constitution is open to manipulation to ensure the people who hold the real power can keep a firm grip? If you believe having a vote every few years to elect a representative to the smallest chamber of parliament means you live in a democracy, maybe you need to think again what democracy means. Anyway its all good fun watching from the sidelines all the maneuvering by the establishment to ensure the people don't get what they voted for.