Iain Duncan Smith accuses Sir John Major of ‘dismissing democracy’ after he backs a second referendum

 Sir John Major Credit: Roger Askew/REX/Shutterstock

Sir John Major has been accused by Iain Duncan Smith of an “absolute dismissal of democracy” after the former prime minister said there was a “perfectly credible” case for a second referendum.

In his first intervention since the vote in June,  Sir John said that Brexit must not be dictated by the “tyranny of the majority”.

Mr Duncan Smith, who was one of the most hardline and awkward of the Euro rebels dubbed “b*****ds” by Mr Major when he was in office, hit out at the former Tory leader’s comments.

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