"To present the nation with a choice between two deeply unattractive outcomes, vassalage and chaos, is a failure of British statecraft on a scale unseen since the Suez crisis", Johnson said.
Ms Thornberry said Mr Corbyn's comments had to be seen in context and he was explaining that: "We had a referendum, that we are democrats over and above everything else".
In his opinion, now we need to ask people whether he agrees with the continuation of Brexit on such "unthinkable".
The vote to leave the European Union was influenced by a fantasy set of promises that have been shown as undeliverable, Jo Johnson has said, as he sought to explain his reasons for resigning from the cabinet on Friday.
Joseph Johnson believes that Britain is on the verge of severe crisis since the Second world war and assured the loyalty of the Conservative party, despite the resignation.
Meanwhile speculation grows over the possibility of other resignations, following the departure of transport minister Jo Johnson.
He acknowledged that a no-deal Brexit could result in "Kent becoming the Lorry Park of England", with real questions about guaranteeing supplies of food and medicines.
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Tory former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine, who backs the People's Vote campaign for another referendum, said: "This is a very significant resignation".
In a tweet, Boris said he had "boundless admiration" for his brother and that they are "united in dismay" at the indefensibility of May's position even though they disagree over Brexit.
In an article sent to journalists, the MP for Orpington said he would vote against the withdrawal agreement which the prime minister was trying to agree with the European Union, describing it as "a awful mistake". We will not under any circumstances have a second referendum.
In the June 2016 referendum, 17.4 million voters, or 51.9pc, backed leaving the European Union while 16.1 million, or 48.1pc, backed staying.
"I know many are reflecting hard about the deal that's looming and how they will respond to it, but it's obviously for each of them to work out how best to respond", he told BBC Radio.
"I've done so, if others feel that it's right for them to do so, good on them".
DUP leader Arlene Foster said the Prime Minister appeared "wedded to the idea of a border down the Irish Sea" despite Downing Street's repeated assurances to the contrary.
"The "new" idea of a United Kingdom customs arrangement does not appear to be a genuinely UK-wide offer but a GB offer and an NI offer badged as one - Northern Ireland in THE EU customs territory and GB in A customs union".