There's no need to introduce the issue of the Euro, that's a separate question. The problem we have at the moment is that MPs have said they don't support May's deal, but there is no Parliamentary majority for any other option. The EU have made it clear that they're not going to re-open negotiations.
I think the options on the ballot paper should be:
* Remain in the EU
* Leave on the negotiated deal
* Leave without a deal
Because it's no longer a binary choice, I think voters should be allowed to make second choice vote.
That splits up the Leave vote though leaving them at a disadvantage, with the full membership vote added it balances things out, not sure if I will find myself able to vote in a second referendum, even if remain win it will be an hollow victory and the misery will continue.
I voted remain, one reason being that I envisaged a leave win causing too many problems for the establishment, didn't realise it would end up this bad thiough, at least Leave winning has showed the establishment up for what they are, useless self interested pillocks.