You're wrong.I think there's a very good case for parliamentary reform now.
The case is overwhelming, and it isn't so much parliament that needs reformation, it's the constitutional framework.
By dint of being unwritten, our constitution is implicit: all things to all men. It is nigh on impossible to put a finger on changes, until years after the damage is done.
That is why we have, at present, a Parliament that is demonstrably unaccountable: neither to its electorate, nor to its titular Head of State, the monarch.
This should be of deep concern to all of us, irrespective of sentiment in relation to membership of the EU.
Those who want out because they feel disenfranchised on matters European, you might want to ask how enfranchised you currently feel in relation to matters Brexit.
Knowing that you will all say you're being cheated: how's about you stop grizzling about individuals and 'this parliament' and ask yourself why the checks, the balances, the customs and traditions of what we (with characteristically blind English hubris) think of as "mother of all parliaments" are not sufficient to the needs of our current national crisis.