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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
The issue with offering those three options is that it is heavily weighted in the remain side’s favour as the leave vote will be split and therefore more than likely result in remain winning.
A majority vote is one that can be agreed on. The slight "Leave" majority is an aggregate of (in the broadest sense) two, mutually exclusive scenarios- soft and hard Brexit. A single "leave" position does not exist, which is proven by the two-year delay and confident denial of May's plan.
Every post-Brexit scenario suggestions by Leavers has contradictions with the overall mix of demands. Not calling out these contradictions within the slight majority is selective ignorance of disagreements.
If one vote leads to several mutually exclusive options, that voting rule is not a valid representation of the will of the voters. There are different alternatives to account for the split in the leave option.