Jacob Rees-Mogg said this morning that it is a "great failure" the UK is not leaving the EU today.
Instead, on the UK's original deadline for departing from the EU, MPs are preparing for a third vote on Theresa May's withdrawal agreement.
Rees-Mogg said: "We should have left without a deal at 11 o'clock, that's what people expected.
"I'm not giving any message to people. It's a very difficult decision and people will make up their own minds according to their feeling as to whether Theresa May's deeply unsatisfactory deal is closer to Brexit than potentially a two-year delay, and that's the dilemma facing people."