May's already said she's gonna have another crack at getting her Withdrawal Agreement passed. I have a nasty feeling that she'll try to sweeten it for the remain dominated parliament by tacking the 'people's vote' to it - and it'll be a vote to either accept her deal or remain. A no-deal brexit will not figure into it at all, as the PV proponents have already made clear (which seems kinda strange, considering they gas on so much about how the mood of the country has switched to remain anyway - if that's the case, then why the fear of a no-deal option on the ballot?)
So yeah. Apparently, when we all voted to leave the EU, we actually did so because we either wanted to remain or...remain, but pretend it's a brexit. Remarkable, eh?