There you go again - others will read and understand just who is interested in democracy and who isn’t - and what any individual, you or me, wants or wanted, is irrelevant when it is what is right for the country that matters, and ashas been pointed out before, it wasn’t a game, there was no win or lose, but an indication that of the people that voted 51 % or whatever is was indicated a preference to leave rather than remain in the EU, on the basis of what they understood at the time to be the pros and cons of each.
The Referendum was a definitive decision and not an ‘indication’ and Cameron and the whole Remain group made it perfectly clear that it would result in full scale Brexit.
Insofar as a 51 something percent of people is definitive, you ate right on the first point - at that time and with the information available to people at the time (and when ideas of ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ Brexit weren’t even concepts let alone clear in detail)
On the second point, did Cameron say before the referendum that a yes vote would mean full scale Brexit? And in the unlikely event that he did, I know he didn’t tell people what full scale Brexit would actually entail, how very much different it would be from the imaginings presented by the Brexit campain at the time.
Curious, isn’t it, that you don’t have a single valid argument as to why a confirmatory referendum isn’t a wise and appropriate true democratic step, instead just trotting out again and again things like ‘we won, you lost’, or how 51% of a vote on whether people preferred to leave the EU or remain in it is more democratic than asking for confirmation that’s what they really want when the full picture is known.
In all this, all you have actually succeeded in doing is reinforcing display of own evident disdain for democracy, your own self interest in the outcome being leave regardless of consequence, and indeed displaying your own certain belief that it would go against your desire if a confirmation were to be undertaken - otherwise wouldn’t it actually be a good thing to give those making the final move the certain knowledge the people are with them, and close down vast numbers of dissenters currently arguing it is wrong, and indeed put an effective end to most of the content of this thread? Of course, you’d lose your platform to argue, but I’m sure you could find another - source first maybe?