The House of Lords is a place of staunchly mixed opinion.
On one hand, you've got lifelong Tories like Michael Heseltine who is a committed Remainer and then you have Digby Jones who is such a die-hard Brexiteer that he's probably pre-ordered his blue passport already.
Imagine being so for Brexit, that you don't even like Boris Johnson? That's pretty hardcore stuff.
Well, like some Brexiteers the reality and the various implications of leaving the EU without a significant deal in place are yet to sink in for Lord Jones, who is a crossbencher.
After reading that it will cost Brits an extra €7 to travel to EU member states after March 29, 2019, Jones got a little upset and went on a bit of Twitter rant asking why his relatives weren't charged said amount during the First and Second World Wars, before criticising a second referendum.
And the Remainers want a 2nd Referendum to get us to stay with this load of bullies do they?!
As we all know by now any Brexiteer who complains about basic EU laws, like freedom of movement, getting taken away from them, usually gets rinsed online and we're happy to report that this was certainly the case here.
Are you simply very stupid Mr Jones? Do you have any comprehension of how asinine and ridiculous this tweet makes y… https://t.co/nuRbA38CvK