Tory Brexiteer attacked the remaining deputies, wanting to thwart the Brexit vote, while he warned that Britain was now in a situation where it was "the establishment against the people". Expressing on Express.co.uk, the Kettering MP said: "There would still be a battle ahead in the Conservative Party. I think there are enough of us to deliver a real Brexit. "
When asked if he would leave the Conservatives to join the newly formed Brexit party of Nigel Farage, Mr Hollobone insisted that "the battle is not over yet" .
But he warned: "It is certain that many Conservative MPs would think of their future if, in the end, we do not deliver Brexit."
Mr. Hollobone added, "Most other players emphasize the end result. In Kettering, 39% of people voted to stay. The vast majority of them accept the result – they do not like it, but they accept it. They believe that democracy must be respected and they expected us to leave here.
"There is only a minority of the rest who really want to stop Brexit. Unfortunately, many of them in the House of Commons and, sadly, many are MPs who represent Brexit seats and do not do what their constituents told them to do.
"So the problem is in Parliament and we finally have a settlement problem against people."
Prime Minister Theresa May appeared to be "crying" while the 1922 Committee had given her a two week delay to leave her post at an explosive meeting.
The committee told him to "do his duty" and resigned, as he was predicting that his fourth attempt to convince her to pass through Parliament was facing a 100-vote defeat.
One MP told the Daily Mail that she was "moved" and "moved" at the meeting and that she was also "frustrated".
Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 committee, representing conservative backbenchers, revealed Thursday that Ms. May had promised to set the date of her resignation after the tight vote of Brexit next month, while She was trying to obtain her withdrawal agreement from the House of Commons.
"The Prime Minister is determined to ensure our departure from the European Union and devotes his efforts to the second reading of the draft withdrawal agreements in the week of June 3, 2019, as well as the adoption of this bill and the consequent departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union by the summer.
"We agreed that she and I will meet after the second reading of the bill to agree on a timetable for the election of a new leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party."
But even before the end of the meeting, conservative MP Boris Johnson officially announced that he would run for leadership of the party.
Asked about his intentions in leadership, Johnson told the British Insurance Brokers' Association: "Of course, I'll go."
But Johnson acknowledged that there are currently no vacancies on Downing Street.