It is so not true that the EU makes you vote again and again “until you get it right” (Donald Macarthur March 2).
Norway confirmed its leave vote in a second referendum. Ireland and then Denmark changed their minds – after receiving guarantees addressing key issues such as neutrality and abortion in the case of Ireland, Denmark got four opt outs. So they voted a second time on a different deal. Referenda have been ‘lost by the EU’ and no second referendum forced on the people. Denmark and Sweden voted against joining the Euro – no second referendum has been forced.