On Tuesday, Mrs May admitted to the nation her “personal regret” she had to delay the process of the UK exiting the EU. She said a short extension could see Article 50 extended until June 30, to give MPs a chance to vote on her deal again. But former Ukip leader and staunch Leaver Mr Farage condemned Mrs May’s decision and statement.
She said: “So far Parliament has done everything possible to avoid making a choice.
“All MPs have been willing to say is what they do not want.”
Mrs May told the public in a last-ditch attempt to save her deal: “You just want us to get on with it ad that is what I am determined to do.”
Numerous MPs reacted furiously to the comments, with Remain-backing Dominic Grieve saying Mrs May’s “attack on the integrity of MPs is very unfortunate”.
Anna Soubry, who defected from the Conservative party to join the newly formed Independent Group, tweeted: “No Theresa May you are to blame for the Brexit crisis.
“The impasse in Parliament is all of your own making.
“You never reached out to the 48 percent and to other parties to create a compromise.
“You set down your own red lines from the outset.
“You have let everyone down.”
In another tweet, Andrea Jenkyns added: “As usual another statement saying very little. PM says she regrets having to delay.
“Then don’t do it!
“It is in the Prime Minister’s power to ensure we leave on the 29th, regardless of what Parliament suggests. She just needs to get on with it and deliver.”