The result of the EU referendum shows a disconnect between the British people and the nation's political leaders, Lord Mandelson has said.
Speaking on ITV's Good Morning Britain, the Labour peer and remain campaigner said the Brexit result reveals that both Conservative and Labour politicians are "not trusted" by the public and "do not have the connection that they thought they had".
People do feel angry...just as they feel the austerity policies that have been pursued by the Conservative government have not been fair in their impact on the country as a whole, they also feel that the Labour Party leadership is remote from them.
Lord Mandelson said that the Labour Party must come to terms with the result of the referendum and called on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to "reflect" on his role in the remain campaign, adding that there is a "question mark about his competence".
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Time for Project Let's-Make-the-Best-of-it.