Those who voted remain in the EU referendum are not setting out their plans for a post-Brexit Britain, Michael Gove has said.
The leave campaigner slammed MPs who supported remain saying that the majority continued to look "back in anger, remorse, and regret", and failed to look "forward optimistically".
During the impassioned speech Mr Gove ignored calls to give way for others to speak during the debate.
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Michael Gove has been sacked as justice secretary.
It is understood Theresa May has informed him that he will not be kept in the role as she creates her new cabinet after taking over as prime minister.
Mr Gove becomes the second major casualty from David Cameron's cabinet, joining former Chancellor George Osborne on the backbenches.
He said it had been an "enormous privilege" to hold cabinet roles for six years in a tweet confirming his departure.
It's been an enormous privilege to serve for the last six years. Best of luck to the new government - MG
Michael Gove will not be offered a job in government, ITV News understands.
Michael Gove will not be offered a government job, I understand. He'll be off to the backbenches. With George. And Dave.
- ITV News report by Romilly Weeks
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On Thursday he was eliminated from the Tory leadership contest as he got the fewest votes from his colleagues at Westminster.
So what next for the man who wielded the knife?
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