Apparently, I understand, the result is not legally binding and that a NO vote could be worked around to enable the UK to remain - even though the majority of people do not want it. As it has in several countries which have had as similar vote - low turn out, wrong answer to right question, right answer to wrong question, try, try, try again until tptb get what they want and leave behind a bamboozled electorate in their wake.
They've always got Plan B. Look what happened with the Irish and the Lisbon Treaty. It's called the EUSSR for good reason quark. It is a monster and it's out of control. There will be those stupid enough to vote to stay 'for Jo' but I hope they are in the minority. Yes, it's sad that the poor woman was brutally slain but it won't make a difference to my vote.
What might happen if the out vote wins and Parliament refuses to honour the result? Maybe the passive electorate will finally wake up and take matters into their own hands.