The LBC host fumed after he received a text on his show, asking him what laws the presenter wanted to take back from Brussels.
Dale was discussing the announcement that the Government would be triggering Article 50 on March 29.
He said: “I want to take back every single law that has been ceded to Brussels since 1973.
“Because I have the old-fashioned view that the British parliament should govern this country, the British Government should govern this country, not the European Union!”
Iain Dale fired into a Remainer reiterating why he voted to Leave the EU
Next the host claimed that British industries have been negatively impacted by laws enforced by the European Union.
He added: “I want to take back every single law that has been ceded over fisheries, over agriculture.
“I think our fishing industry, I think our agriculture industry would do a lot better if we were not in the European Union.
“I could go through every single policy area and give you the same answer, I think we should take them all back.
“It is, to coin a phrase, taking back control.”
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 at the end of March and begin the formal process of exiting Britain from the European Union.
Brexit: Results of how the UK voted Mon, March 20, 2017
Much of the North East of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union including Sunderland, Gateshead, Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton, Redcar and Cleveland, North Tyneside and South Tyneside, and Northumberland
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GREAT YARMOUTH: The town of Great Yarmouth on the East Coast of England voted by 72% to leave the European Union.
I want to take back every single law that has been ceded to Brussels since 1973
The change will bring to an end 46 years of ties to Brussels which began when the UK joined the European Economic Community on January 1 1973.
The President of the European Commission threatened the UK as he warned Britain would be punished for leaving the EU.
Jean-Claude Juncker said: “Britain's example will make everyone realise that it's not worth leaving.
“On the contrary, the remaining member states will fall in love with each other again and renew their vows with the European Union.”
The UK are also set to be hit with a divorce bill of around £50billion as they begin the two year exit talks with Brussels.