Nathan Gill, an independent member of the Welsh Assembly criticised Labour for ignoring the will of the British people in a furious rant.
The MEP recorded the angry tirade after the European Parliament voted to agree with ‘red lines’ which Ukip had attempted to make amendments to.
Mr Gill fumed: “Every MEP had the opportunity to vote on the European Parliament’s Brexit resolution. This resolution will set out the European Parliament’s demands and forms part of the EU’s negotiations strategy.
“Ukip tabled around 10 amendments which sought to reflect the Brexit you voted for. Labour MEPs voted against every single amendment.
Nathan Gill blasted the Labour Party for being against Brexit
“We said the UK should start negotiating trade deals with non-EU countries, Labour voted against.
“We said that the UK should stop paying money into the EU after we have left, Labour voted against.”
The MEP continued with a list of amendments made by Ukip which were voted against by Labour’s MEPs.
Amendments about the EU divorce bill, the right of UK citizens in Europe, freedom of movement in the UK and rights over fishing waters were voted against by the Labour politicians.
Labour MEPs voted against every single amendment
Mr Gill continued with his furious rant as he insisted that the Labour Party was not accepting the will of the British people.
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He added: “Labour wants to stop Brexit. Labour don’t want to respect your vote to Leave the EU.
“They want to carry on paying millions of pounds of your money to Brussels and to carry on allowing uncontrolled numbers of people coming into this country.”
During the debate in European Parliament, before MEPs voted on Brexit ‘red lines’, chief negotiator Michel Barnier warned Britain about certain conditions as the UK exits the bloc.
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He said: “Our shared objective is a successful agreement and that requires three conditions to be fulfilled. Firstly as has been highlighted by Jean-Claude Juncker, we need unity.
“A disunited union could actually lead to there being no agreement and it's important that for us all to understand that.
“No agreement could lead to serious consequences first and foremost for the United Kingdom but also for the European Union.”
The chief negotiator added that EU needs to spread “legal certainty” before he highlighted the importance of what happens to beneficiaries of EU spending and its borders.