Boris Johnson laid into Tony Blair over his 'condescending' bid to reverse the EU referendum vote today - saying people should switch off the TV when the former PM appears.
The ex-premier demanded that voters stop worrying so much about immigration and 'rethink' their decision before the country goes 'over a cliff edge'.
But Foreign Secretary Mr Johnson delivered a devastating response, 'I urge the British people to rise up and turn off the TV next time Blair comes on with his condescending campaign,' he said.
In an hour-long address that was dismissed by critics as an attempt to 'resurrect his political corpse', Mr Blair Called on Remain supporters to keep fighting against Brexit and raised the prospect that the referendum result could be overturned in a second referendum or general election.
Lashed out at the way the referendum was conducted with 'hideous abuse' of patriotism, and accused Theresa May or pursuing 'Brexit at any cost'.
Argued that immigration fears were overblown and leaving the EU would only cut numbers by 12 per cent.
Blamed the 'debilitation' of the Labour Party under veteran left-winger Jeremy Corbyn for letting the Brexit vote happen.
Mr Blair said: 'I accept right now there is no widespread appetite to re-think. But the people voted without knowledge of the true terms of Brexit. As these terms become clear, it is their right to change their mind. Our mission is to persuade them to do so.'
Mr Johnson said: 'This is a discussion we had most of last year and it came out very firmly in favour of leaving the EU.
‘We heard all these arguments last year - not a thing has changed - and I think it really is insulting the intelligence of the electorate to say that they got it wrong.’
Tory MP Dominic Raab said the public just wanted the government to 'get on with making a success of its new place outside the EU'. 'Tony Blair, who allowed uncontrolled migration from the EU when Labour was in power, refuses to accept the decision people made last June,' he said.'He wants to go on putting the question over and over again until he gets a different answer.
Meanwhile, Mrs May has warned that hundreds of thousands of jobs in the EU depend on ties to Britain.
The PM also pledged that the UK will not seek to 'cherry-pick' which parts of membership it wants to keep after Brexit.