I'm probably stating the obvious here but the referendum was about whether we remained in the EU or not and we know what the outcome was.
The finer details are a matter for the elected government and it's quite pathetic for the remoaners to use this as something else to whinge about now that they've realised that they're not going to get the second referendum that they quite illogically demanded.
Just as a thought experiment, would you be happy no matter what "finer details" your government negotiates?
One of the possibilities is "the Norwegian model" where you stay a member of the single market with free flow of working force. That's also a way of not being an EU member. Obviously not what you want but a possibility. And a possibility that I suppose you'd be unhappy with.
What folks point out is that what you call "finer details" in reality span a huge spectrum of possibilities that will have a big impact on many people's everyday life. And that there indeed still are plenty of points to discuss.
On of the strengths of the leave campaign was that there were a 100 reasons to leave which made it easier to get support. This is now the flipside as a real and specific deal has to be negotiated, and that can only be done in one way. And there's limited time to do it.
Also your government is the government for the entire British population of which a large part didn't want to leave EU. The government should take that into account when they negotiate a deal to trying to foster a united country. It's a nuisance but the World isn't black and white.
Interesting post Mip. Looking forward to Isaac's reply. I love a good well informed debate (or even half of one).