It's significant in politics, if there's a nickname that sticks. "The brexiteers" is neat. I'd say, for what it's worth, that the EU's negotiators and assorted public speakers are winning the "propaganda war" (emphasis on the inverted commas), while our lot seem to be just muddling around. But what we do seem to be having is a debate about our relationship with the EU. Which is a good thing, right?
Or maybe this is about something more than the rights and wrongs of a specific turning point in the political life of the nation. Why such a polarisation? Why don't we move on into the negotiation about the future relationship? Every new day is the breaking of yesterday's status quo and we can't stay in 2016 forever.