Sajid Javid has ruled out the possibility of a second referendum if he wins the Tory leadership contest.
The current home secretary said it would be “disastrous for trust in politics” in an article penned in Saturday’s Daily Mail.
He also declared that there would be not another general election held in the near future and that there would be no chance of revoking Article 50, as he would step up preparations for a no deal.
Regarding the Tories recent defeats in the European elections, Javid said, "the British people's frustration and the need to make good on the referendum have never been greater".
"Never in this country's history have we asked people to go to the polls a second time without implementing their verdict from the first," Mr Javid said.
In similar fashion to Margaret Thatcher’s speech in 1990 on Europe, he said: “No, no, no”. Dismissing the possibility of all three possible outcomes, declaring he was determined to deliver Brexit, and on time.
He will be one of 12 currently declared candidates running to become the next Conservative party leader, with the first round set to kick off on June 7.
All candidates must have at least two nominations from fellow MPs to be considered for the next vote.
A result is likely to come about at the end of July when the final two standing will go head-to-head in a vote.