Because what we have is now not dissimilar to what we had in the 1970s when undemocratic trades unions stitched stuff up behind the scenes.
And it’s now right to challenge the power of any organisation which uses secretive company law or off-shoring to avoid scrutiny whilst exerting political influence.
It said no when Parliament rejected the Government’s default position of leaving with no deal.
And it will say no again if asked again.
If we don’t brexit the “betrayal” narrative will, I predict escalate into a flood of populist civil disobedience.
Logically the only way to lessen that is find a compromise where no one gets everything but everyone gets something.
Whilst I don’t think there has been a swing to either camp, the demographics favour Remain.
I won’t hold my breath. We have some not nice politicians who are wound up in their own egos.