Blair also argued that a 'debilitated Labour' was 'facilitating' Brexit.
The debilitation of the Labour party is the facilitator of Brexit. I hate to say that, but it is true.
On 9 February, the current Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attempted to force his MPs to vote for the bill that would give the government to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without further approval from parliament.
When Blair was prime minister, Corbyn was one of the 85 Labour MPs who voted against the Iraq War, and was also president of the Stop the War Coalition.
It is arguable that Corbyn's ascension to the party leadership was due in part to his record on the war, and his opposition to 'Blairism'.
The facilitation of Corbyn's rise, and Labour's subsequent 'debilitation' has been laid at Blair's door by more than one observer.