Re: I hope that HMRC...
@ John Watts
"It would be more accurate to say a referundum that ~36% of the electorate wanted"
Only if your an idiot. At the time and for some time having a referendum was popular which is why it has been promised for a number of elections back into labours reign. Retrospectively you could say some of those people will have changed their mind because it didnt go their way. However there are those remainers who voted as they felt but now accept getting on with the result and kudo's to them for participating in a democracy and being adults.
"By the time it happens a few of those will be dead and a few more who weren't eligible at the time but didn't want it will be old enough to vote"
It is true that more people with limited life experience, no clue of a life before the EU and likely still in those educational institutions to try and give them knowledge to proceed in life do seem to favour remaining as they know it. That is why adults tend to have to raise these young people and have them participate in the world in which we live, not just theorise.
"Just because most of the people you know wanted to leave doesn't mean everyone did or even that the majority of the county wanted to."
Instead we can just look at the referendum result which gives a straight answer to the question. The question- remain or leave. The answer- leave.