LORD Alan Sugar joked he would visit Boris Johnson in prison after the Supreme Court ruled his Parliament shutdown was unlawful.
The Labour peer said he was “sick and tired” of Brexit and expressed disappointed at being called back to the House of Lords after two weeks away.
Lord Sugar also spoke out about visiting the PM in Brixton nick after 11 top judges today derailed his Brexit plan and ruled against his proroguing of Parliament.
The billionaire, who was speaking at the launch of the 15th series of The Apprentice, told journalists he “didn’t care” about the impact Brexit could have on his businesses.
He added: “I know I should, but I have to say, at 72 years of age, I’m sick and tired of this whole Brexit bloody nonsense.
“I’m sick and tired of the whole manner in which the whole thing has been conducted. We’re a farce, a laughing stock for the rest of the world.
“At 72 years old I don’t care, something’s going to sort itself out. I hope that common sense prevails in the end.
“I wonder what will happen from now on. We’ll have to go back to Lords, we thought we had a few weeks off. Sod ’em!”
His comments come just months after he performed a U-turn and backed BoJo as the next prime minister.
The tycoon had previously slammed Boris and called for him to be jailed over “misleading” the public over Brexit.
But speaking in July, before Boris was elected leader, Lord Sugar said he was “delighted” at the prospect of him taking the reigns.
Defiant Boris today blasted the Supreme Court ruling and vowed to stay on as prime minister – despite Remainer MPs calling for his head.
The PM said MPs would return to the Commons and have “plenty of time” to debate over Brexit.
He added: “I have the upmost respect for our judiciary, I don’t think this was the right decision I think that the prorogation has been used for centuries without this kind of challenge.
“It is perfectly usual to have a Queen’s speech that is what we want to do but more importantly let’s be in no doubt there are a lot of people who want to frustrate Brexit.
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“There are a lot of people who want to stop this country coming out of the EU.
“We have a parliament that is unable to be prorogued, doesn’t want to have an election and I think it is time we took things forward.”
Anti-Brexit Speaker John Bercow will recall MPs Commons as a “matter of urgency” by 11.30am tomorrow.