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EU PARLIAMENT Vice President Mairead McGuinness faced an enraged backlash from Brexiteers after remarking she did not understand why the UK was split on Brexit.

PUBLISHED: 08:26, Fri, Nov 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 08:43, Fri, Nov 1, 2019

While on Question Time EU Parliament Vice President Mairead McGuinness argued that the UK was just as divided as the first time she came on the show. Brexiteer viewers were quick to take to Twitter to remark that they were frustrated and angry because the Brexit decision of 2016 was yet to be enacted. Ms McGuinness also questioned what happened to the “middle ground” of politics to which viewers on social media remarked that there could not be a middle ground if democracy was not respected.

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The Irish MEP said: “I know a lot of people in the House of Commons and I think a lot of people are very stressed and distressed by what is happening.

“I know women, in particular, are taking the brunt of the attacks.

“I think it is happening across politics generally.

“It is happening because today it is black or white.

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Mairead McGuinness MEPMairead McGuinness faces a backlash after comments on a split UK on Brexit (Image: BBC)

BBC Question time MEP BrexitThe Irish MEP questioned what happened to the "middle ground" of politics (Image: BBC)

“I am in the centre-ground and I am regarded as weak because I might consider things or change my mind.

“Where is the room for politics

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