Julia Hartley-Brewer has slammed Jeremy Corbyn for choosing to back a second referendum and accused the Labour leader of making a "terrible, terrible mistake".
The talkRADIO host told listeners: "Working class Labour voters in key seats voted to leave," she said. "Every Labour MP, like every Tory MP, stood at the last election in 2017 on a manifesto promise to respect the result of the 2016 referendum.
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"If you're not planning to respect the result of your manifesto pledges, then perhaps you shouldn't stand for election, or perhaps you should stand for election again."
She went on to accuse Corbyn and the Prime Minister of being "political Pygmies".
"We need political leadership, and we have right now two party leaders who are unprincipled, dishonest, cynical, devious, inadequate, incompetent political Pygmies," she said.
"British voters deserve better, and if you don't deliver for us we will demand better, and in the end we will get better."