It seems to me many people who voted remain are finding it very difficult to accept even though the debate has moved on.
I refer you back to Ian Hislop:
After an election or a referendum, even if you lose the vote, you are entitled to go on making the argument.
When a government in this country wins an election, the opposition does not say ‘oh that’s absolutely right I’ve got nothing to say for five years.'
'The debate' hasn't moved on very much from what I can tell, though it is true we have now had an entire week without some politician flouncing off in a hissy fit. I shall continue to find it 'difficult to accept' that a small majority of my fellow countrymen landed us in this mess, many of them without any clear vision of what they were doing. I do not see my difficulty in accepting this as a fatal character flaw or act of weakness any more than I see people who challenge any kind of prevailing situation - war, animal cruelty, environmental issues for example - as weak, stupid or backwards-looking.