Re: a second *binding* referendum and cancel the madness that is Brexit.
"...a referendum allows for more options than just "cancel", otherwise what would be the point of it?"
Deal or no deal, given the deal that May brought back, with all the ties and obligations, what is the difference?
With one we will be rule takers, paying into a system where we have no vote. Also we will not be able to make those wonderful deals Liam Fox keeps prattling on about. The other option is to crash out on WTO terms, with no access to Europol, Euratom or as the article mentions data stored in the EU. You thought that the UK getting booted out of Galileo was bad? You ain't seen nothing yet.
The danger is now so clear and the alternatives so poor that any reasonable, sane and truly responsible government would be pulling the emergency cord and stopping this madness, but it won't. The interests of the Conservative party are far more important to the PM and her ministers than any damage that will be done to everyone in the country whether they voted to leave the EU or not.
After all a lot of those pushing for a no deal Brexit have already moved their businesses and assets outside the UK, so why should they worry? See Dyson and Rees-Mogg for that little sleight of hand.