Peter Wilding, the chairman of pro-EU pressure group British Influence, sparked the furious rant when he said that David Davis’ proposal for MPs to vote on a Brexit deal was "not much of a concession".
Mr Wilding said: “Essentially what he’s saying is 'we’ll give you a gun to hold to your head and if you don’t like it you can blow it off’.”
TalkRadio host Ms Hartley-Brewer referenced Labour’s Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer’s comments on Tuesday that there is a “significant climbdown from a weak Government on the verge of defeat”.
She said: “Absolutely it’s a weak Government, absolutely it could be on the verge of defeat but you’re saying now this isn’t a significant climbdown.
Julia Hartley-Brewer said Remoaners will not rest until they stop Brexit
“I mean, you either get a vote or you don’t. You said you wanted a vote and the MPs are on your side. You’re getting your vote and now you’re moaning again.
“Is it just me or is every single thing you ask for when you get it not quite enough because what you really want is for us not to be leaving the EU and you’re not going to rest until we don’t leave the EU.”
Mr Wilding hit back and said David Davis’ proposal was a climbdown and will create “more mayhem” to Brexit talks.
Mr Wilding said: “Because what’s going to happen right now is that people and MPs yesterday stood up and said ‘oh, hang on a second. What if you don’t get a deal? We’re crashing out and we don’t have our parliamentary sovereignty’.”
Ms Hartley-Brewer said: “No, leaving. Not crashing out. Leaving the EU, which is what the British people voted for.”
David Davis announced that MPs will be offered a take it or leave it vote on a final Brexit deal.
He announced the concession in response to former attorney general Dominic Grieve’s amendment which called for a meaningful vote.
Mr Grieve said that this reassurance did not go far enough and confirmed that his amendment would remain in place for the time being.
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