So, the Parliament know what they don't want, but do they know what they want (apart from a voting system convenient for very pregnant women)?
In the slightest chance that your question was not rhetorical, no. Parliament doesn't know what it wants. If you mix a representative democracy with a
direct democracy no one quite knows what their job is anymore. Like Keynes' beauty contest writ large.
I vote remain, but my constituency wanted leave, but my party wants XXXX, but the polls for the whole country want YYYY . What should i do?
However this whole farce ends up, one of the results is that the "mother of Parliaments" description will be worthy of the subject line of this thread.