The former deputy PM said pulling the Withdrawal Agreement Bill after it secured a second reading was the "wrong decision".
The ex-Conservative deputy Prime Minister said the government "will stop at nothing" to push through their policies.
The former politician said a "very large" number of elderly leave voters had died, meaning there was no longer a majority for Brexit.
Lord Michael Heseltine, who served as deputy prime minister under John Major, has said that Theresa May lost “any credibility” she had when she “crossed the floor to become a Brexiteer”.
Lord Michael Heseltine, a former Deputy Prime Minister has said that the British people were “conned” into voting Leave during the EU referendum in 2016.
Lord Michael Heseltine believes the current government will last for around 18 months to two years
The former Deputy Prime Minister spoke to Paul Ross about the election result and Brexit
Lord Michael Heseltine wants to ensure that Parliament have the ability to veto the Prime Ministers Brexit negotiations, including if she comes away without a deal