Let's drop all the crap. The 'no deal' situation is Brexit - whether or not it includes arrangements to mitigate certain consequences in regard to security, medicines or air travel. All the other arrangements (customs union/single market/ freedom of movement or no) are not really Brexit. The pretence that we can have "the exact same benefits" is incorrect and demonstrably so. This was not made clear before the original referendum. The people need to be asked whether they are (were) up for that type of Brexit. So let's have a vote on full 'no deal' Brexit or remain. People will know where they stand, and the result will be final. It will be over.