""The people will crucify those thats done every trick in the book to ignore 17.4 million people!!"
Parliament has hardly 'ignored' the vote - they've spent the last few years talking about very little else. The fact the it hasn't been enacted is down to the total lack of any feasible plan from the start - no one had (has) any idea how we could untangle ourselves and come out smelling of roses.
We joined (the EC) in 1973 and had a 'democratic' referendum in 1975 to remain. Strangely it was the Labour party that pushed to leave (1983 manifesto). Perhaps we should just stick with that referendum because its undemocratic to have another!
Understand also that Parliament works on a advisarial system (as in our courts). If one side argues 'leave' the opposition are almost obligated to argue 'stay' (defense/prosecution). Eventually its put to a vote and the one with the most votes wins.
However, this 'government' has no majority and is about as useful as a eunuch at a gangbang - enter Super 'Sound Bite' Boris (the heroic white knight) making all sorts of promises he can't possibly keep (it'll all be over by Christmas, lads) and then blaming everyone else for his failures when it goes wrong.
His final(desperate) plan seems to be - get an election, tell yet more lies (sound bites only), defeat the opposition by a massive majority, get the EU deal done and sell off the rest of the uk assets to America a.s.a.p., make a few bob for himself and his friends - sorted.
Using the term 'crucify' indicates that you intend to use violence to get your way because you cannot convince (the other) by logical and reasoned argument - not very democratic!
The 'people' also include the 16.1 million who voted remain, a number of young voters who have now turned 18 less a number of old voters who have died.
... and let's not forget the 26% of voters that didn't vote in original referendum - who knows what they might do.
That whole group of remainers, leavers, new voters, non-voters less the deceased voters is 'the people' and together they will decide the outcome of any future election at the time - not some amateur political pundit with a very dodgy crystal ball.
My advice is stop reading newspapers and filling your head with their polarising hate speech. Newspapers do it to sell newspapers, not to bring you meaningful truths. THINK for yourself. Look beyond the sound bites and rhetoric (the What) and always ask yourself - Why?
Not everything printed or spoken is true (even in this forum) - develop your inner critic, become a better, kinder, person.