The Speaker of the House of Commons, left, last week enraged MPs after he was found to have affixed a bright yellow sticker to his car window which said: “B******s to Brexit – it is not a done deal.”
Mr Bercow, 55, who is supposed to be politically impartial, was accused of “blatant arrogance” after the offending sticker was spotted on his black 4×4 in his private parking space on the parliamentary estate.
Now the Sunday Express can exclusively reveal that the Land Rover, which has a personalised number plate, also sports a sticker on its back bumper featuring a picture of the EU flag.
Against the blue background, inside a circle of yellow stars, it reads: “Don’t blame me I voted Remain.” The 10cm stickers are priced at £2.99 on a pro-Brussels website called I Heart EU.
Mr Bercow, Speaker since 2009, previously provoked outrage among MPs when he vetoed the idea of an address by President Donald Trump to both Houses of Parliament during a proposed state visit.
Last night Tory MP Andrew Bridgen said: “Following last week’s furore over the Speaker’s B******s to Brexit sign, it appears he had not learned his lesson and has doubled down on his pro-Remain rhetoric.
“Staff at the Commons say he is getting very sensitive about pictures of his car appearing in newspapers. If that’s the case, he would be well advised not to put politically emotive stickers on his bumper.
“At a time when Remain supporters have come round to the idea of implementing the democratic will of the people, it seems that the Speaker has not.
“This is an insult to the 17.4 million people who voted for Brexit.”