The Brexit bill will pass with a "fairly sizeable" majority and Remainers should stop hoping otherwise, says MP Charlie Elphicke.
The Supreme Court ruled today that Article 50 can only be triggered after Parliament have taken a vote on the matter.
Elphicke, the Conservative MP for Dover, told Sam Delaney: “It’s important that everyone in Parliament accepts the decision made by the British people.
“We’ve got to do our best as political people, to look after the people we serve and represent. There’s no point the people going round and hoping [Brexit] all goes horribly wrong.
“I think [the Brexit bill] is going to pass with a fairly sizeable majority."
Listen to the full interview above