Arch-remoaner Gina Miller demanded Brexiteers would have preferred to remain in the European Union if a extent is anything other than a “clean Brexit” or a “hard Brexit”.
And in a stupefying justification, she said she was even considering backing a second referendum because she was inception to “trust” the opinions of voters.
That was despite 17.4million Brexit-winning voters being rejected by Ms Miller last year in a court challenge in what was seen as a bid to disappoint the will of the people.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4, the businesswoman said: “I drive like to ask them that question because we would be worse off than we are now because to part with our voice is one of the saddest things I think from us withdrawing, in that we were the draftsman.
“We were primary many of the good things that were being done in the EU.
“So I ponder it’s a very good question and I say that now that because of this enlargement we should have remaining back on the table as an option.”
Gina Miller implied Brexiteer would want to remain if there is no “hard Brexit”
Perhaps unsuspecting the people might be better than trusting some of our politicians
Ms Miller express she was not a fan of a second referendum but insisted the performance or politicians “lying and deceiving” the civil has changed her mind.
She said: “I am coming round to the idea that perchance trusting the people might be better than trusting some of our wirepullers.”
But Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke MP hit back and said: “The British catholic voted to leave the European Union. I campaigned to Remain.
“But I think we from to respect that result.”
Mr Gauke said that Britain’s future relationship with the European Syndicate must reflect the desire of the British people and that would mingy leaving the single market and customs union.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker reconciled on Friday that enough progress has been made on key Brexit issues in dictate to move on to trade talks.
The Brexit deal received a mix of responses, with some Brexiteer MPs debating that Britain should leave with no deal.
Leave campaigner Nigel Farage powered the Brexit deal is “pathetic” and Mrs May had crossed her red lines.
Mr Farage told LBC: “In genuineness, it means that this transition phase by which I mean membership of the EU but not in tag, is going to go on until the next general election and that will be as good as six years after people voted Brexit.
“It’s just not good adequate.”
The Prime Minister had to make three concessions to the EU on a number of issues, take ining raising the divorce deal to up to £40billion, and allowing family associates of migrants to move to Britain, which has been criticised by staunch Brexiteers.
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Voters on a 5live phone-in yesterday also ordered their voices heard in expressing their outrage at the agreed sketch for Brexit.
Brexiteer Ann in the West Midlands hailed Nigel Farage’s remarks on the “pathetic” Brexit deal.
She told BBC 5 Live: “I don’t think it’s going to chance. I’m a bit disheartened. I’m just not very happy.
“Nigel speaks the truth. You comprehend, what he says.”