Theresa May has been praised for her “great leadership” during the Brexit negotiations, but the former prime minister has had her share of critics, with some calling for her to resign.
Speaking to the BBC on Wednesday, Mrs May said that she had never experienced anything like what happened during the last two weeks of the Brexit process.
She said that her focus was on delivering a “fair deal for everyone”.
“It’s quite a unique moment in the history of the UK,” Mrs May told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show.
“I’ve never experienced a situation where there has been a prime minister who has been in such a bad place at the start of the process, and then afterwards there’s been so much progress and progress.”
“I can’t think of another prime minister in my time who has experienced anything quite like that,” she said.
“So I’m proud to be part of the Government, but I’m also going to try to deliver on the promise of the referendum to the people.”
She said she hoped people would accept the process was “a bit odd”.
“Theresa is the biggest cheerleader that I know,” Mrs Will said.
She added: “I think people have to realise that the government’s got to deliver.
We’re not in a normal election.
There’s a very clear choice for us to make.”
“We’ve got to be a bit more sensible and I think a lot of people are going to have to accept the fact that that’s the way it is.”
I don’t think I’ve experienced anything more bizarre or strange than the way we’ve been going.
“She added that she believed the government would not survive the vote, saying that she would not “worry too much” about it.