The petition to revoke Article 50 has now passed six million signatures. It is by some margin the largest petition in the UK’s history. A petition is not proof that the ‘will of the people’ has changed, but it does prove that the ‘will of the people’ was not represented by the result of the referendum; all that referendum could do was to represent the decision of a majority.
Majority rule is not democracy. In what circumstances do the rights of 17.4 million voters override the rights of six million? Think about that question, because it comes with its own answer.