Why bother with facts when you can have a slogan?
There are a few basic points about Brexit, which it seems many in the population haven’t noticed, or haven’t understood, or which perhaps they have simply not exposed themselves to.
Seventeen million or so voted ‘leave’ in the referendum. Fourteen million or so voted ‘remain’. Both these figures are substantially under 50% OF THE ELECTORATE. So it is flatly untrue to say that ‘the British people’ voted to leave. By far the biggest tranche of the population was made up of those who, for whatever reasons, did not support either of those two simplistic choices.