The only way Tony Blair could unite people in this country would be if he agreed to stand trial for war crimes, on that most would agree.
There was a big turn out for the referendum, the remain campaign lied and used scare tactics instead of coming up with any good reasons why we should stay in the EU and don't forget they spent far more on the remain campaign with a leaflet to every home than was spent by the leavers
Those who were eligible or able to vote and didn't bother have no call to complain, the vote was theirs for the taking.
The bullying and arrogance coming from EU leaders merely stiffens our resolve to leave, how dare they say that countries should not be allowed to hold referendums.
How dare they say that we should be punished or made to suffer for voting to leave, it is exactly this attitude that made us want to leave in the first place. A union is normally a mutual partnership where all sides want to belong and there should be no coersion to make an unwilling partner stay in it.
The point of leaving is our vote. At the moment if we don't like the way the country is being run we can vote the current administration out of office, that's democracy.
In a European superstate this would not be possible and they are now saying that the solution to Brexit is one government for the whole 27 states with it's own army, exactly what we voted against, they never learn.
Cameron gave the game away when he went over there trying to get concessions and came back empty handed, that's when a lot of people, tired of being ignored voted out.