Parliament may be forced to debate the possibility of a second EU Referendum as more than one million people have signed a petition in response to the decision to leave.
The online campaign is urging the government to change the rules so that only a win of over 60% would be binding.
The results of the historic referendum were announced on Friday morning with 51.9% voting to leave the European Union.
In just two days the petition already has over 1 million signatures which exceeds the threshold of 100,000 required for the issue to be considered for debate in Parliament.
William Healey, who created the campaign, wrote: “We the undersigned call upon HM Government to implement a rule that if the remain or leave vote is less than 60% based a turnout less than 75% there should be another referendum.”
The Parliament petition website is currently down, which is reportedly due to a surge in traffic.
A House of Commons spokesperson said: “Apologies to those experiencing problems with the petitions site. We are working hard to fix it. Thank you for your patience.”