SIR- In response to Colin Durkin's letter about Brexit, I believe Mr Watson's point is that many people haven't accepted the result of a democratic process.

There have been several attempts by Sir Keir Starmer (Sir Beer Korma) and others to over turn the result of the biggest vote in British history. Some people who voted remain have behaved like Japanese soldiers in the jungle thinking WW2 is still being fought. There is a habit among many to make excuses why they lost and blame the voting system. Or demand other votes until they win.

One could argue that the referendum shouldn't have taken place. But once you've had it it's over for at least generation, unlike general elections which are frequent.

Alan Bates, Bowland Avenue, Baildon