So to "Unite" the country, you would invalidate a result voted for and won by a majority. That is not Uniting, that is putting the "Remainders" above the rest of the people. But I guess that is quite typical for the moral highground the left in general is trying to convey. There shouldn't be do-overs in referenda. As a Dutchman I know all about this, having been ignored in our last 3 referenda (which all 3 the majority vote was cast aside). An EU constitution (now the cause of so much legislative problems), Ukraine 'joining' the EU and harvesting our Organs, all either denied or after voting, signed anyway. Entire faith in our democratic system is gone, it means nothing anymore.
There is a public mandate; the result of the referendum. A referendum means nothing if you can re-do it and have another chance to now. Because that results in huge problems; when demographics are 100% proven, you can target certain places to skew the vote, with either propaganda or other less clear methods they can come up with today.
Let's imagine brexit wins again but now with 50.01% of the vote, you really think the remainders would now change their tune? They're already ready to toss aside any sort of democratic process to push through their oppinion on the matter, nothing will change this. And what about if 'remain' wins, democracy is dead then. Repeat until you win, nice system.
Yes remain/brexit was always going to be hugely dividing, but the people that have actually won the vote have a right to see their will be done if it's a binding referendum, remainders have no right to change this, they lost. What remainders propose now is to both not uphold the constitution and to ignore a democrat result of a people's vote, they should be ashamed of themselves.
What "Scotland" or "Birmingham" or "Liverpool" whatever wants is also irrelevant, you're all part of the united big nation, act like it.
In the long run being owner of your own immigration laws, and not bound by ever-increasing EU contributions will only be good in the long run. Companies are actually moving their head-offices _to_ the UK, not _away_ from it, it's all doomscenario's, the scenario's which actually cause the financial turmoil, not the leaving itself. In 5-10 years you'll be fine and will be quite happy to be the owner of your own country.
To put it in perspective; Here in the NL, if you can only afford relatively cheap housing, there is a waiting list of around 20 to 25 years at the moment. the NL oversigned 'ownership' of environment-protection to the EU for way too many parks/places, which now means all new Housing that was being built to solve our insane housing problem has now been put on hold, and the EU itself blocks any sort of lenience. On the other hand it demands we take in Refugee's, ever increasing the housing problem to inhumane standards. Solo people also are more or less unable to ever buy a house in todays market anymore. So, small things like this and the entire country cannot build anymore and can in NO WAY fix the problem as the EU has jurisdiction over it now. Be glad you are your own country soon, the EU will be much more crazy Environment-wise in the near, and especially far future.