Theresa May is expected to trigger Article 50 and begin to formal process of Britain leaving the European Union on Wednesday 29.
Brexiteer, Mr Martin, has insisted that the mood in Britain is eagerly anticipating the UK cutting ties with Brussels.
Speaking to Bloomberg, the chairman and founder at JD Wetherspoon Plc claimed Briton’s are happy as so many experts were wrong about how voting Leave in the EU referendum would impact the economy.
He said: “I think the mood on Brexit is good because the main thrust of the economic community the OECD the IMF, our treasury, your President at the time Obama, was that we was going to go in the hell in the handcart immediately after the vote.
Tim Martin said Britons in a good mood as the PM prepares to trigger Article 50
“And there would have to be an emergency budget and so on.
“None of that has happened and the economy is shooting the lights out so, I think the mood is good for that reason.
“The economists and the financial world have been shown to be quite stupid.”
The boss was then asked what locals in a pub in Birmingham would say to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
He replied: “I think what he would hear in Birmingham is that democracy is the key to future prosperity.
The economists and the financial world have been shown to be quite stupid
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“The EU is not democratic and people were fed up with being bossed around by people who hadn’t been elected.
“It’s crazy, so many people in Britain, so many MPs, so many people from America think the EU is great, it’s not.
“It’s undemocratic, and when you get a lack of democracy you always get trouble and in the Birmingham lounge bars they know that.”
The Prime Minister has insisted that she will attempt to agree a trade deal with the EU once Britain has left the single market.
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Fears have raised over a deal that would be negotiated between the UK and the EU, however the Wetherspoons boss claimed that walking away without a deal would not be catastrophic for Britain.
“Most countries don’t have a trading agreement with the EU,” he said.
“Including the United States, so we don’t need one, we can trade under World Trade Organisation rules.
“Some people in the UK are desperate for a trade deal, that’s bad, if you really want a deal bad, that’s when you get a bad one.”