Former Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher took no prisoners when he spoke at the Mercury Music Awards and later on Good Morning Britain.
He said that Theresa May, “Bless her” is “lying” about the deal she is attempting to do with the EU. Remoaners “or whatever they are called” are “lying about what is going to happen” and finally he said that Boris Johnson and the Vote Leave campaign are not being truthful about the £350 million in extra funds that will be available to the NHS.
His comments come as there is increased tension between Britain and the EU over what shape any final deal will take with Prime Minister Theresa May insisting that she will stand by the Chequers agreement despite the EU insisting that it is simply not viable.
At the awards ceremony itself, Gallagher lost out on a Mercury award to Wolf Alice who won the coveted title for their second album, Visions Of A Life. He ruled out a Oasis reunion, instead announcing he will be focusing on releasing a new album under his own name.