As a comment on an earlier post puts it:
The referendum has been a huge distraction from proper news for the whole of 2016 so far. Cameron proves his unfitness for office by the fact that he has called it. The outcome might change the Prime Minister but won't change anything else and he was going anyway. But they'll drone on about that for the second half of the year and to hell with real news.
Everyone without a realistic hope of becoming Leader of the Conservative Party stopped caring about the referendum at least a month ago, and now actively hates the mere mention of the wretched thing.
As for UKIP, this is already the second "biggest vote of their lives", and they already want there to be a third if this one doesn't go their way. They are very much like the European Commission.
Even the legislation to "withdraw" would still say that all EU law would continue to apply unless specifically disapplied by a Commons resolution, in order to maintain the supposedly precious Single Market, with the further requirement that any such resolution would have to be a Government motion.
So, that would be never, then.
The referendum result will be close, but watch out for the enormous abstention rate. The whole thing long ago passed the pins-in-your-eyes stage, and it is now in a category previously unimagined.
But it will be 2017 before we are allowed to hear about anything else.