I wouldn't consider that unusual for two reasons - a) partisan politics and b) the vote was on the deal she secured, not her ability to govern (which is about on a par with the last x prime ministers who have all been resoundingly useless). Other than 'stop Brexit and stay in the EU' (which goes against the majority will who voted in the referendum - regardless of how ****ed up the campaigns were, the lies, etc.), what solutions do the rest have, or anyone commenting? The EU has already made it clear that it's the deal that's on the table, or no deal. Stopping the process now would likely result in riots. Plus, as FB (?) posted, the EU has deliberately made the process as destructive as possible, to deter any other countries from thinking about leaving. Not sure that's a healthy basis for a union. May should send Corbyn to renegotiate a new deal if he thinks he can do better. Off you go ... come back in a few days once Tusk, Juncker, and the rest of the member states agree to your requests. Idiot. Personally I would have just stated two years ago that the results of the referendum would not be implemented as it wasn't legally binding and is proof (along with the US general election results) that the general public are not qualified to vote on important decisions.