As a democrat , I'm inclined to think we MUST leave: however ( from my very comfy seat on the fence ) I think a reasonable argument can but made that so much more information is known now which wasn't known at the referendum, and , as such a new vote might be justified.
Regardless of how you voted, it was the paucity of reasoned debate, factual analysis and exploration of the pros and cons of membership or the various models of non-membership of the EU combined with the promulgation of lies and exaggerations on all sides that made me totally dispair and still does. Cynically, one would say, well what do you expect, that’s party politics for you.
Why would I vote for another referendum I voted once along with the majority and as yet that vote has not been taken to its democratic conclusion.
"For example, I heard of a farmer who grew two crops, but the EU insisted that he grew three. God only knows why! There was also a proposal to limit the power of electric kettles to increase their efficiency." Can you show me proof that these things actually happened? Some of the rubbish I have heard/read have made me very cynical I'm afraid.