Those of you who do not strongly belong to either camp are presumably a substantial number and who, wishing for decisive action, will most likely choose to take the risk with the party leader who wants to move the nation on to other important issues (e.g. how to make Britain more competitive and restructure its economy outside of the deflationary problems of the Eurozone).
A second referendum (not to speak of another Scottish one for independence) without proper economic and political analysis will be just another useless exercise undermining the democratic purpose of the first referendum.
So for the sake of global economic and political stability (regardless of any strong emotions you may have towards the satirical personalities of Johnson, Corbyn or Farage), I think you should make a wise decision to bite the bullet and get Brexit (as agreed with the EU) done without further delays. In my view, a hung Parliament is the worse conceivable outcome for the UK, EU and global markets.
There are many new opportunities and fresh challenges coming into the new decade of the 2020s. Take a firm stand as a sovereign nation and focus your attention on your economic and political renewal.