As a first step, I like the idea of campaigning to rejected a new Prime Minister without a general election.
Allowing 150k people to decide our next Prime Minister is completely undemocratic and unacceptable, just like it was when Gordon Brown assumed the premiership.
We can capitalise on the fact that a lot of people voted Leave because they see the EU as undemocratic.
We can enlist the support of all the fringe campaigns we know about, as well as trying to get the Green Party to support it (who in turn may pressure Labour).
This plays nicely the Paul Mason plan which would at least rescue us from the worst results of a Brexit.
One other thought: Let’s not entertain the idea of a second referendum.