andrec wrote:Brexit had widespread support across the UK which is why Remain lost.
I agree with you. What we don't fully understand is who voted Leave and why. The more you talk about your own feelings and background (without revealing personal details), the more we can all understand. What actually correlates to Leave and what to Remain isn't clear, and why. Age is a factor (but why?) and are there younger people people who voted Leave (yes, there are).
What we can be certain about is the reaction of some Remainers to their defeat. They decided to tell us the result was not valid because they have a low opinion of people who voted Leave
That might be true. Of course, that is going to be fed by the fact that less well-educated people voted Leave (that's a fact, AFAIK). BTW, I don't think anyone is saying the result wasn't valid (thank goodness - no funny ballot papers): the problem is what to do with it. Politically, I would fight against it (legally and peacefully). I would vote for an MP who opposes Brexit. I just don't see how you can give up on a matter of principle while there are still remedies available.