After more than 3 years of acrimony, hysteria, and accusations, constitutional crisis and the depressing groundhog day of debating the same minutiae of borders, tariffs, and backstops, surely the best thing for the overwhelming majority of people is to just get the deal agreed?
If you voted Leave, then this deal gives you at least some of what you want and potentially everything that you want, if you were never in favour of a no-deal Brexit.
If you voted Remain, then this deal maintains some of the benefits of EU membership (e.g. free trade), that you might have been concerned with losing.
More importantly, and this is the essence of compromise, surely it is something that even if we are not all happy with, we can all live with? And just think, for a moment, about how nice it might be as a nation to stop tearing ourselves apart over this issue?
Only a tiny minority of people on either side of the Leave/Remain debate must actively enjoy the vitriol and argument. The rest of us might get drawn into it, from time to time, because we genuinely believe in our political opinions, but it is just so fvcking draining for everything to be so controversial all of the time.
Any extension any referendum just prolongs the uncertainty. Literally no-one in business wants any more uncertainty - it is that, more than anything else that makes it impossible to plan and invest.
So isn't it time for all of us to swallow a bit of pride and support getting a deal done, so that 50% of the population can stop hating the other 50%?