Maajid Nawaz urged remainers to drop their egos and accept that we’ve left the European Union, saying we should be working together towards making Britain Great after the transition period.
Maajid Nawaz was speaking about Brexit saying people have more in common that than we think.
“The human spirit is more binding and more lasting than political debate,” said Maajid and used the example of how he was supported in his hunger strike by someone on the other end of the political spectrum to him, Nigel Farage.
“Sometimes it means holding your nose, holding your grudge,” to work for the greater good Maajid said, and asked if “on the Brexit debate can we please start doing that.”
He warned Remainers that if you don’t contribute to the debate and discourse surrounding post-Brexit Britain, Brexiteers “will shape the future of this country without your input.”
“Bury the hatchet, bury our egos and start trying to work out which kind of Brexiter we can work with,” Maajid said.