Guys, this is important, please pay attention.
We're on the verge of making the same mistake as the Leave campaign—not looking beyond our noses. We need a firm plan for how the next referendum would be run.
Here are the questions
"In the light of what we have learned since the last referendum about the benefits and difficulties of leaving the EU, should we:
 Remain in the EU
 Exit the EU on the terms now on offer"
That's my second question: who writes that, and how is it agreed?
I propose that
• 16-18's DO (that may be seen as gerrymandering, but it's morally right)
• UK citizens resident abroad in the EU DO (even those abroad for more than 15 years)
• UK citizens resident outside EU more than 15 years DON'T (it doesn't affect them much)
• EU citizens resident in UK who would qualify to vote in local elections DO
• Apart from that, the franchise should be as for a UK general election.
The issue of thresholds can be avoided by keeping the referendum advisory. However, the Gov/Parl. should make it clear we will only consider leaving the EU if there is a clear and decisive majority for so doing.
Making a near-irrevocable decision to leave on the basis of a narrow majority should never have been contemplated, especially as all the evidence is that the vast majority of younger voters are pro-EU, meaning that Brexit support will reduce over time.
I propose all registered campaign groups must have their finance controlled by an independent firm of accountants approved by the Electoral Commission.
The Electoral Commission should also have the power (and funds) to order a full audit of any campaign group, including those too small to need to register officially. And to ask the police to conduct searches on its behalf.
It should be illegal for persons to be attached to more than one campaign group, and illegal for members/volunteers of different campaign groups to meet or communicate in any way during the campaign period.
The government should also make it clear that any significant breach of the rules by the winning side will be taken very seriously indeed and may result in Parliament ignoring the result.
• Wording on the ballot? Who writes it? (Including summary of options?)
• Who gets to vote?
• Binding? Threshold?
• Stronger regulation?
What have I forgotten?