Responding to the unrest within the Cabinet following Friday's meeting at Chequers, that has seen Brexit Secretary David Davis resign overnight, Leader of the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable said:
"Theresa May's proposals can hardly be described as a 'soft Brexit', given the damage due to be caused to the economy by taking the UK out of the Customs Union and Single Market. But even this is not a tough enough stance against the EU for the Brexit ideologues who have quit in a huff.
"This fudged compromise is already proving unworkable. With a Government so badly divided, it is fast becoming time to go back to the British people to ask them if they want an exit from this chaotic Conservative Brexit."
Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Cheltenham, Max Wilkinson said " The Liberal Democrats want to give you the final say on the Brexit deal. If it's not the right deal for Britain's future, then you should be able to reject it."