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Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?
should not be viewed as a sufficient mandate to fundamentally alter the United Kingdom's relationship with its closest neighbours.
Decisions with wide-ranging and long-lasting effects, such as constitutional revisions, usually require not only a simple majority but a supermajority.
More than a quarter
of the electorate didn't vote.
The results of previous UK referenda on constitutional issues with smaller margins of victory have been accepted.