A BREXITEER unleashed a scathing attack on Labour during BBC Question Time regarding the party’s attempts to stop Britain leaving the European Union.
The furious Question Time audience member grilled Labour’s Anneliese Dodds on the her party’s Brexit stance. He accused Labour of trying to “cloud the waters” around Brexit because they do not like the decision of the British people. The audience member also labelled the party a “disgrace”.
Firstly addressing Conservative Party Chairman James Cleverly he said: “In terms of public funding, you can find a billion pounds when you need to blackmail the DUP into voting for you.
“You can find money when it suits you, that is disgraceful behaviour and it shouldn’t be allowed.”
The audience member then turned his attention towards Ms Dodds and the Labour Party.
He continued: “In terms of Labour we voted for Brexit, we didn’t vote for half in half out.
“We got a leaflet, leave the single market, leave the customs union, to leave.
“We didn’t vote any half measures.
“What you’re trying to do is cloudy the waters because you don’t like the decision.
“You’re a disgrace!
“You shouldn’t be sat there, you should be gone!
“We’ll vote you out eventually.”
Anneliese Dodds was involved in another feisty clash during BBC Question Time with host Fiona Bruce.
Ms Bruce questioned Labour’s claim that under a Jeremy Corbyn government an average family would be £6,700 better off.
The Question Time host said: “Well okay, I’m just looking at the various fact-checking organisations.
“So for example, Full Fact are saying that 75 percent of those savings (£6,700) would come from childcare for three and four-year-olds and from families having two season rail tickets.
“Two-fifths of families don’t pay anything for childcare and most families don’t have three and four-year-olds.
“And only five percent of people use a train more than three times a week so how is that your average family.”