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24 January 2017, 11:30
One thing is clear: James has had enough of people talking about "the will of the people" when it comes to Brexit.
James: Who'll Stand Up To Brexit Lies? Nobody.
Who's going to stand up to the Brexit juggernaut of self-destruction, asks James O'Brien.
"These are momentous times that we're living in," he reflected. "Truly momentous.
"Judges, compromised. Threatened, bullied."
Next, James talked about Theresa May, saying she was "on the record describing the economic disaster that leaving the European Union would be - but she's in Downing Street and she's doubling down on the empty meaningless rhetoric that has swept through the country in the past 18 months.
"Who's going to stand up to this juggernaut of self-destruction?
"Answer? Nobody. Absolutely nobody."