The House of Lords are set to discuss the Article 50 bill on Monday and some peers have threatened to vote against the bill which MPs passed earlier this month.
Lord Jones has insisted that there will not be any hold ups because the House of Lords would risk abolishment if peers attempted to block the bill.
He said: “I think what you’re going to find after two days is a quality debate from lots of people who know what they are talking about, but you’re not going to find overrule.
Lord Jones argued that if the UK had another referendum then Leave would win by a bigger percentage
“And by the way if they do overrule the Commons, it’ll be the shortest suicide note in history.”
Former European commissioner Lord Mandelson called for peers in the House of Lords not to “throw in the towel early” in his attempt to help frustrate the Brexit process.
Peers are expecting to attempt to make amendments over EU citizen’s rights and for Parliament to have a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal.
Lord Jones reiterated how keen other countries are to trade with Britain when the UK has left the European Union.
Lord Jones ripped into the former Prime Minister for getting the mood of the country wrong
I know who I think should be worried, Europeans
He added: “I've been around down in Asia and Australia in recent months lecturing, talking to governments, talking to opinion formers and I can tell you, they can't wait to do trade deals with us.
“And what's more, this is Asia's time, this is Asia's century. We are tailor made.”
Next the peer tore into former Prime Minister Tony Blair who urged the British people to rise up and resist against Brexit on Friday.
Remoaner-in-chief: Blair's Views on Brexit Fri, February 17, 2017
Blair will just not give up.
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'It can be stopped, if the British people decide that having seen what it means, the pain-gain analysis doesn’t stack up'
Lord Jones said: “Going around the country, if you held another referendum today, Mr Blair, you would find exactly the same as you got on the 23rd June. If not more. You might just find instead of 52-48, but 54-46.
“I do not see this changing in the mood – and I get around, I don't just do the Metropolitan Elite. I go and talk to a lot of good quality people from lots of parts of society and I can tell you, things haven't changed.”
The peer finished by attacking the German Chancellor and EU leaders by predicting cracks in the Brussels bloc which left the host in stitches.
He said: “I know who I think should be worried, Europeans. I reckon Merkel is sitting there in Berlin saying 'Oh don't leave me alone with the French.”