He said the UK needed a “strong” Parliament during the fiery outburst on Friday.
He said: “I’m voting Conservative because we need a strong Parliament, we need a strong Parliament to get Brexit done.
“And what is a hard and what is a soft Brexit? What is it? It’s whatever they [the EU] give us, we will fight them and whatever they offer us, let’s be truthful.
Leave voter Peter Robderup hit out at those calling for "soft and hard" Brexits
It’s whatever they [the EU] give us, we will fight them and whatever they offer us, let’s be truthful
Brexit voter Peter Robderup
“Hard and soft? It’s rubbish.
The former Ukip supporter said Nigel Farage would have been his ideal candidate for Prime Minister but did not agree with the direction of his party.
“We want Nigel Farage back, he’s the man, he’s the man to lead the party and the country – it’s ridiculous,” he said.
The rant comes after the Prime Minister warned the European Union any attempts to undermine the UK would backfire.
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According to a new index, the EU27 countries fall into three groups: hard-core, hard and soft. These are the countries with the highest scores which indicate a fairly strong opposition to Britain’s position
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France has the highest score in the index at 32.5
Theresa May has warned the EU not to undermine the UK
She said countries like Germany or Ireland, who have previously expressed an interest in attracting UK-based services after Brexit, actually benefited from the current situation.
Mrs May told City AM: “We hear those voices raised from other EU member states who think they might have an opportunity to encourage the development of their financial services, of certain parts of the EU becoming the sort of financial centre that London is.
“I think what we need to show is two things: first of all this doesn’t happen overnight, it takes years to build up the whole eco-system that supports financial services, and the City of London is a benefit to other countries, to businesses in other countries.
“I think they all benefit from the expertise, the skills, the size and the capability of the City and anything that diminished that would not be sensible for them.”