David Davis has asked MEPs to vote on the Brexit deal by Theresa May and "to make sure that the mission goes through his heart and is buried at the intersection" so he can not be revived.

The former Brexit secretary reiterated other MEPs who support the holiday when he said that the resignation of the Prime Minister is worse than remaining in the EU. He added, "No is a good option".

In a comprehensive interview with political magazine The House, he also downplayed the risks of a no-deal Brexit on the pound, saying it was "not a bad thing" for the Sterling to score.

He also warned that Brexite parliamentarians would wage a "parliamentary guerrilla war" against any attempt at a second EU referendum.

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Mr. Davis told the magazine that Ms. May's deal was "not good at any level" and she should not be allowed to bring it back if, as expected, she loses the meaningful vote on December 11th.

He said, "She will look at the size of the rebellion, she will also look at what the key players have said and try to divide them to see if there is a coalition that can build them up, and still something to deliver what she has.

"Well, first we have to prevent that.

"This deal is not good at any level. It is not good in terms of sovereignty, it is not good in terms of economic future, it is not good in terms of benefits.

"We have to make sure that this does not come back. We need to make sure that the stake goes through his heart and is buried at the intersection. "

Mr Davis reiterated his support for a "Canada +++", which he believes can be negotiated with Brussels before 29 March.

However, he also met the "conventional opinion" that the United Kingdom had the most to lose from a no-deal Brexit.

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He told the magazine: "First, we have a floating pound … it will not go into freefall.

"The first thing that's going to happen is that it's about five or ten points farther than the 15 it already is.

"So we will finish 20 or 25 below the level before the referendum. That's not a bad thing.

"The pound was always too high from the industry's point of view because of the city's influence.

"Therefore, our competitive position vis-à-vis Europe would be many times better, even with customs duties."

He has also increased the chances of British trade with the US and said: "The Americans are starting the legislative process to negotiate with us and the EU and Japan in March.

"I tell you now, it's a pikestaff for me in Washington, that we would be the first choice in March. So it's going to be a very fast negotiation that starts very soon. "