They swore if we voted to leave that Brexit would mean Brexit, then vowed to honour the result.
Here, ANDREW PIERCE exposes how MPs and grandees have U-turned... starting with the politician who outlawed 'No Deal' – and paraded the royal assent on Twitter.
Doesn't it make you proud!
Yvette Cooper, Labour MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford
THEN: 'I voted in Parliament to support triggering Article 50 because I thought it was important to respect the referendum result' – BLOG POST ON HER WEBSITE, SUMMER 2018
NOW: 'My amendment is a vote against the chaos of a No Deal Brexit' – February 2019
Hilary Benn, Labour MP for Leeds Central
THEN: 'You vote to Leave. We are out. We are going' – Before the Brexit referendum in June 2016
NOW: 'It is now clear that... leaving the EU without an agreement would be a disaster. If it turns out that there is no alternative deal that can win a majority in the Commons, then... the only way we will resolve this is to go back to the people' – December 17, 2018
Anna Soubry, Independent Group MP for Broxtowe
THEN: 'We are leaving the EU and must now get a good deal... Many people voted Leave for genuine and respected reasons. We have to respect the result.' – After referendum in June 2016
NOW: 'We have to plan for a People's Vote. The current deal we have with the EU is the best deal' – February 2019
Sir Keir Starmer, Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras
THEN: 'We all have to accept and respect the referendum outcome. I campaigned to stay in the EU. I would have expected the result to be honoured if we had won it' – After the 2016 referendum
NOW: 'A public vote ought to be between the option of a credible Leave deal and Remain' – March 2019'
Read more: House of Hypocrites: In their own words, how MPs swore to honour the referendum result and then U-turned - starting with politician who outlawed 'no deal' and then paraded the royal assent on Twitter