It shows only that democracy is not working,or democracy is being twisted to suit the purposes of those that have a different agenda to that of which the public wish. The agenda at hand is for a soft Brexit. But the Tories have done their level best to make the Brexit negotiations go cold, Why?
Nobody voted for a Hard Brexit, nobody. A hard Brexit is something the Tories have brewed since.
But the Tories can't get their act together ”why?” because the Tory oligarchy are puling May and Davis's strings, they want to force a hard brexit on the public, including those Brexiteers that want a soft Brexit.
All this Brexit balls-schit started when the EU refused Cameron's wish, that the new EU tax legislation regarding off shore tax havens, "shouldn't apply to the UK and that the UK should have special status regarding tax havens"
So the Tory oligarchy engineered Brexit and with a avalanche of lies and the backing of dubious news paper owners, they got what they wanted, a simple majority 1.7% that was suppose to be a guideline,only,but it's now a full blown leave at any cost.
When the Tories say they want to take back control. They mean control with off-shore tax legislation and tax havens. Havens, that they are so financially tied to.
The off shore Tory oligarchy pay enormous sum of money into the coffers of the Tory party and they do that for one reason and that reason is political influence above that of parliament.
In-spite of want voters say the Tories will follow the wishes of those, from where the money comes from.
Blair's war in the Middle East was the only method by-which he could become a millionaire and it worked.
In his premiership he was very active in the sales of British made arms. And he didn't aid the sales of arms companies for the sake of a British workforce. No he did it for the sake of Tory Blair and company.
He should have held a referendum, on whether on not the country wanted to go to war, but that would have given him a resounding no, but it would have be the democratic thing to do.