"The tycoon’s conviction has eased widespread public concern that the super-rich can get away with wrongdoings. " No it hasn't. A lot of super-rich get convicted - none actually spend a day in jail, as will be the case here. Even if he did eventually go to jail, within a day he would have a "health issue" and would serve his time in a luxury suite in a private hotel.
Quite a hypocrisy that Brexiteers kick and scream at the mere mention of a second referendum, but call it a conspiracy when the speaker won't allow a *third* vote on the exact same question.