PUBLISHED: 07:21, Mon, Jan 4, 2021 | UPDATED: 07:24, Mon, Jan 4, 2021
Mr Lawson criticised BBC’s “unrelievedly apprehensive” reports of the end of the Brexit transition period. The journalist accused Mr Snow, who presents various history shows, of conveying a tragic message when it came to Brexit.
Writing for the Daily Mail, Mr Lawson asked the question of “Why can't the BBC Remoaners accept the war is over?”
On January 1, Mr Snow took to Twitter to lament Brexit at the transition period came to an end, labelling it a “tragedy”.
He tweeted: “75 years ago, after history's bloodiest war, with its genocide and unimaginable brutality, a generation of survivors tried to prevent future war by building institutions to curb assertions of national sovereignty.
“The UK forged that. Now we help to dismantle it. Brexit is a tragedy.”
Brexiteer urges BBC 'remoaners' to accept defeat (Image: Getty)
Mr Lawson hit back at the presenter referencing his Twitter handle - @thehistoryguy - and claiming “he seems to have little grasp of the subject, in this matter.”
He added that the “idea that peace in Europe has been guaranteed by the European Union — formerly the European Economic Community — is a familiar nonsense.”
Mr Lawson’s scathing review comes after Sir John Redwood hit out at the national broadcaster during a live interview on BBC News.
The Brexiteer MP shut down BBC News presenter Celia Hatton, after she said there was "a lot of anxiety" around Brexit.
HIstorian and BBC presenter Dan Snow (Image: Getty)