“If we get exactly what we want – a good strong deal – then I would struggle to find a reason to put that to a public vote,” she said on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. - Labour shadow business secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, who has expressed scepticism about a referendum.
Yet, the majority of the UK are now against Brexit:
Nigel Farage has conceded the Brexit party’s continued presence in those contests could lead to a hung parliament and a second referendum – the stopping of which was the “the single most important thing in our country”. (November 2019)
And why would that be, Nigel? Scared you'd democratically lose?