Speaking on his LBC radio program, Tory Brexiteer revealed he would not leave the Conservative Party even though so far failed to provide the results of the 2016 Brexit referendum. Read messages from listeners, MP Tory for North East Somerset said: "We have someone who says & # 39; Conservative voters for life, the party has finished, please defect to the Brexit Party. 'I will not do that. They have one Rees-Mogg.
"They don't want to be greedy and have many of us."
Steve in Southport called Mr Rees-Mogg and said Theresa May had been "the biggest waste of time" when he questioned how he might be elected Prime Minister.
The LBC caller added: "The most we get from it is Bremain.
"He never had the intention to give Brexit."
The comments came as Tory lawmaker for Kettering Philip Hollobone warned lawmakers would be forced to reconsider their political future if the Tories did not meet Brexit.
Tory Brexiteer attacked lawmakers who want to derail the Brexit vote, because he warned Britain now in a situation where it was "founding versus the people".
Speaking to Express.co.uk, lawmakers for Kettering said: "There will still be fighting to fight in the Conservative Party.
"I think enough of us to give the right Brexit."
When asked if he would leave the Tories to join the newly formed Brexit Party Nigel Farage, Hollobone insisted that "the battle is not over".
But he warned: "Of course many Conservative MPs will think about their future if we ultimately don't give Brexit at all."
Hollobone added: "Most still show real results. In Kettering, 39 percent of people chose to remain. Most of them accept the results – they don't like it but they accept it and they believe that democracy must be respected and they expect us to go at this point.
"There is only a small portion of Time who really wants to stop Brexit. Sadly, many of them are in the House of Commons and unfortunately, many of them are members of parliament who represent the Brexit seat and they don't do what their constituents have told them to do.
"So the problem is in Parliament and in the end we have a problem of the establishment versus the people."
Prime Minister Theresa May this week told members of the 1922 backbench Tory committee that she would step down in time for others to take control for the second phase of negotiations.
The PM said: "I know there is a desire for a new approach – and new leadership – in the second phase of the Brexit negotiations – and I will not block it."
It is possible for him to declare he resigned, but to remain in the post during the contest to choose his successor.
But now there is an extension as if he will try and remain as PM until the end of October.