Fresh from another chaotic weekend in British politics, where Brexit was delayed even further and calls for a second referendum grow even louder, Jacob Rees-Mogg has shared his thoughts on the matter.
The notorious Brexiteer is, unsurprisingly, not a fan of holding another referendum on Britain's status in the EU as in his mind the vote in 2016 is still perfectly valid and there is no need to consult people again, especially with all the extra knowledge that people now have.
On Monday afternoon, the Tory MP posted a compilation video featuring opponents of the government such as Jeremy Corbyn, Chuka Umunna, Keir Starmer, Sadiq Kahn, Angela Rayner, Emily Thornberry and John Major all speaking out against a second referendum.
While there is no context to when most of these quotes were said, Rees-Mogg seems to believe that these words still hold some water and added the caption 'Do words have no meaning?'
The problem here is that Rees-Mogg has in the past called for a second referendum and you can even see him doing so in the video at the top of this article.
As you can imagine many people have been quick to reply to the 50-year-old to ask him if his words still have meaning?