The requirement for UK Overseas Territories (UKOTS) to have public registers of beneficial ownership of company ownership before it is a global standard, was at the very least a palpably stupid idea. The aim of public registers is to increase transparency however, they could end up doing more bad than good, particularly in the area law enforcement.
Right now, the situation is such that the HMRC and the UK law enforcement authorities are able to receive beneficial ownership, directorship and certain financial information about a company from a UKOTs register usually in 24 hours. Moreover, the information on the current registers is verified. This in turn allows UK law enforcement and HMRC to investigate suspected money laundering and tax evasion thoroughly. Additionally, some well-to-do officer occasionally leaks the information to the media such as the Guardian, or some other media outlet who in turn writes a sensationalized story.
A second referendum won't happen but if it does I don't think that it could legitimately include the possibility of staying in the EU as issue was already voted on. The only question that remains, is how do you leave the EU. The fundamental problem with having a referendum on this, is educating the population on the different options and the consequences thereof. Recall how surprisingly difficult the referendum exercise was when it concerned a simple in or out question. The referendum will be hard to explain that it would run counter to what referendums are to be used for - indicating the public's position clear cut issues - which Brexit is anything but.
In school we are taught that when we write an essay we have to say what it is about, why you are writing about it, why its important and then repeat what you just wrote in a minutely different way. And now we have a whole line of (mostly US YouTubers) who follow this process in their video making. That's all well and good for essays, but for YouTube videos, it doesn't work, its just effing annoying. Urgh! The fact of the matter is that, I decided to watch a YouTube video because I found the topic interesting (and I couldn't give a damn as to why its important or why you're talking about it) or that I need to find out how to do something. I could just skip ahead, but then I will have to rewind a bit in case I actually missed something of material importance.