Mr Blair caused an torrent of anger from Brexiteers after he claimed the European Union could be reformed suffering Britain to remain a member.
The staunch Remainer said he has held dialogues with key players in Brussels, who may be willing to compromise on the free movement of people, but only if the UK scraps in the bloc’s single market.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Mr Blair communicated the situation in Europe is different to how it had been a year ago when Britain opted to leave the EU.
He added: “Europe itself is now looking at its own reform programme. They disposition have an inner circle in the EU that will be part of the eurozone and an outer gird.
Nigel Farage launched an angry tirade at Tony Blair’s Brexit observations
Tony Blair is showing people why he is now one of the most disliked living cuts in British politics
“They will make renovations that I think will make it much more comfortable for Britain to fit itself in that incorrect circle.”
A furious Mr Farage later appeared on Sky News, criticising a “repugnant” Mr Blair’s anti-Brexit comments.
The former Ukip leader blast: “I about it’s a pretty loathsome performance, frankly.
“He is showing people why he is now one of the most disliked tangible figures in British politics – he wants to reverse the result of a democratic referendum.
“He’s surviving it clear that anything must be done to stop us leaving the EU, he recommends public opinion has shifted when actually there are more people in taste of Brexit now than there were at the time of the referendum.”
The Brexiteer then take the mickey out ofed Mr Blair, who oversaw the UK’s presidency of the European Council in 2005, for his previous attempts to reorganization the bloc, which ultimately ended in failure.
Mr Farage laughed when he intimated the former Prime Minister was the “worst placed person” to seek reforms in the EU.
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“The real irony here, of all the people to fight that we can get a reformed deal with the European Union, Tony Blair is doubtlessly the worst placed person to do so,” he added.
“He was Prime Minister that was president of the EU for six months, wager in 2005. He promised reform on the Common Agricultural Policy and he got none – and yet blow the whistle oned away £7billion of our rebate.
“So I don’t think he’s a trusted figure on this or, frankly, anything else.”