Re: Dodgy behavior by Vote Leave?
>Sure, but an actual binding referendum, that would make sense.
A binding referendum would be a red rag to a bull.
Given how long it is taking to investigate and prosecute the dodgy doings by the 2016 referendum campaigns and the penalties being awarded; with no one daring to declare the result void. We can be sure that with a binding (or even a simple second) referendum, campaigns will chance it and undetake equally dodgy doings, because if they get the result they want then does it matter if it was "not cricket"?