The 16-year-old from Northern Ireland tore into the former Prime Minister and criticised current Conservatives for “putting itself before the country it’s trying to govern”. Mr Cameron made a referendum on the UK leaving the EU one of his main pledges during his successful campaign in the 2015 general election. But speaking on the BBC One show, the passionate audience member ripped into the ex-Conservative leader.
She said: “David Cameron made the referendum policy because he didn’t want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to Ukip.
“Look where it has got us.
“It has always been because Tories are playing party politics.
“I didn’t get a say, there is not going to be a second referendum as it stands.
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“This is not an issue of parties coming together, not an issue of direct democracy.
“This all comes back to a party putting itself before the country it’s trying to govern.”
Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood had his say on the current state of Brexit.
He said: “This is the biggest generational decision we face and one of the most complicated.
“Now Parliament must decide this. We’re in a minority government so Parliament has a final say.
“If you ask this audience or Parliament there are so many different views to that.”
Last night a delay was approved by EU officials.
If Parliament approves Mrs May’s EU exit agreement Brexit will now take place on May 22.
However if it doesn’t the UK will leave without a deal on April 12, unless the Government presents Brussels with a new offer.