There are UKIP supporters and other strong Eurosceptics who still do not seem to grasp the voting arithmetic and the reality of the modern House of Commons. It is no good writing to me to say you want out of the EU or want major powers back, because the British people have once again voted for a Parliament that does not want that.
In the General Election the large number of UKIP candidates got less than one million votes, or 3% of the total. It did not win them a single seat. They put up in Buckingham where the three main parties withdrew to allow the Speaker to stand uncontested. Ukip not only failed to beat the Speaker, but were driven into third place by a Euro enthusiast. This was a major blow to their cause. If there are a large number of people in the UK who want immediate withdrawal from the EU they do not turn up and vote for that in elections.
I believe the majority in the Uk wants considerably less costly government from Brussels than we now get. Unfortunately, in the Commons today there are 650 MPs, with a majority for more EU not less. If you take away from the total the four Deputy Speakers and Speaker, and the five Sinn Fein it gives you a possible voting total of 641. The majority needed to carry a proposal is therefore 321.
There are just 306 Conservatives. The party fought the election on getting powers back from the EU and saying No to new transfers of power. There are 258 Labour and 57 Lib Dems, giving them a pro EU total of 315. There are also Nationalists who favour more EU power who could give the pro EU forces the majority.
Now you can rightly point out that the Lib Dems are in coalition with the Eurosceptic Conservatives, so that prevents them creating a pro EU coalition. It also comes at the price of meaning the Conservatives have dropped their plans to bring powers back, as they could not get the agreement of their new allies to such a policy.