Since the moment the result of the EU Brexit referendum was announced, there have been those who would see it undone. A plebiscite which was designed to put an end to the question of whether Britain should leave the European Union has seemed only to ignite more furious debate after its conclusion than before it.
Though talk of reversing Brexit is common, the practicalities involved and the likelihood of this actually happening are rarely discussed in any detail, but the question is threefold: can Brexit even be reversed at this stage? If it can, is there a valid reason to do so? And if so, do a majority of Brits even want to reverse it?