When Boris Johnson says he has a clear mandate for BREXIT, he should perform a little arithmetic with the votes cast in the general election.
The total votes cast for anti-Brexit parties and Labour’s soft deal and second referendum comes to : 16,698,075 votes: roughly 55%.
And the total votes for the Conservatives, Brexit Party and DUP comes to 14,846,998: 45%. I ignored the Independents and Others whose total of votes is insignificant.
So Boris doesn’t have clear support for BREXIT, in fact the majority is for REMAIN or at least a soft BREXIT and a second referendum. The majority is significantly larger than the referendum now it is 55 to 45, in contrast to 48 t0 52.