"Tell us what it is and we'll get on with it."
Noel Gallagher has hit out at Theresa May and Boris Johnson, accusing the two leading politicians of spreading lies about Brexit.
With just over six months to go until Britain leaves the European Union, the Oasis icon was quizzed on Brexit at last night’s Mercury Prize music awards.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, he hit out at political “lies” – and stressed the need to “get on with it”.
“They’re still lying to us now! Theresa May, bless her, is lying about the [European Union] deal”, Gallagher claimed.
“And the remoaners, or whatever they’re called, are lying about what’s going to happen.”
He also hit out at the widely refuted claim that Brexit will provide an additional £350 million a week for the NHS – a claim that was famously printed on a Vote Leave campaign bus.
“Then there’s the £350 million from Boris Johnson and all the rest of them”, he explained.
“They should leave us out of it! Tell us what it is and we’ll get on with it. “
Gallagher was present at last night’s ceremony, after Noel and the High Flying Birds were nominated for 2017’s ‘Who Built The Moon’.
But it was Wolf Alice who would eventually emerge triumphant with their second album ‘Visions Of A Life’.
Accepting the award, singer Ellie Rowsell said: “This means so much to pick this up with my three best friends.”