Tim Martin lashed out at the founder of Pimlico Plumbers over his pleas for a second vote on Brexit.
The heated debate came about as Charlie Mullins discussed the apparent “lies” told by the Leave campaign during the first Brexit referendum.
Speaking on Jeremy Kyle’s Talkradio show, Mr Mullins said: “Let’s do it properly then, let’s have another referendum or People’s Vote.”
Mr Martin laughed: “Where no one’s allowed to fib!
“Charlie I’m trying to think of another Rod Stewart song, that’s a dream!”
My Kyle also challenged the Pimlico Plumbers’ founder after he mentioned the “lies on the bus”.
The TV star blasted: “Alright but what about George Osborne? George Osborne is now the editor of the Evening Standard.
“He admits that Project Fear, that he and Cameron believed would get their little pony through the door, was absolutely overcooked.
“George Osborne has said that, so both sides, that’s what I think the British public think, they were lying, they’re lying, and it’s just one big Goddamn argument.”
The comments come ahead of tomorrow’s EU-Brexit summit, which was saved from being cancelled after European Union leaders reached an agreement with Spanish Prime Minister over Gibraltar.
EU Council President Donald Tusk held an emergency phone call with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez today after talks to appease Madrid over Gibraltar lasted all night.
Mr Tusk tweeted this afternoon that tomorrow’s summit will go ahead after EU, British and Spanish negotiators finally reached an agreement.
He said: “I will recommend that we approve on Sunday the outcome of the Brexit negotiations.
“No one has reasons to be happy. But at least at this critical time, the EU27 has passed the test of unity and solidarity.”
The Spanish Prime Minister said: “We have reached an agreement on Gibraltar.”
Mr Sanchez had threatened to boycott this weekend’s crucial EU leaders summit over last-minute objections to Gibraltar’s post-Brexit relationship with the bloc.
However he rushed back to Europe from a visit to Cuba in order to make it to Brussels in time for tomorrow’s confirmed summit.