James Chapman, who worked as an aide to David Davis, has criticised Boris Johnson over claims he made during the Brexit referendum campaign. Posting on Twitter, Chapman, who is also a former political editor at the Daily Mail, posted:
“Let’s be honest, if we had an effective electoral law leading Brexiteers would now be in jail”.
Chapman has criticised the Government’s preparations for Brexit and said that a new political party could be formed to help fight against the referendum decision. He posted:
“Interestingly the most energised by the Democrats are journalists. They know main parties are irretrievably bust and we need something new”.