George Soros will give up to £100,000 more to an anti-Brexit campaign group in a show of defiance after being criticised for his involvement in United Kingdom politics.
The tycoon has now hit back at what he described as "toxic personal criticism" against him, and has denied accusations that he was "undermining democracy".
Mr Soros's donation to Best for Britain was first reported last week, in a story written by a team including the Prime Minister's former chief of staff Nick Timothy.
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And he said this was why he chose to start his Open Society Foundations and support group like Best For Britain, who want to reverse the will of the people and keep Britain in the EU.
The Hungarian-born 87-year-old, one of the world's richest men, infamously made a billion dollars betting against the pound on so-called "Black Wednesday", when the UK's economy collapsed in 1992.
He said "allowing a referendum on membership was a fatal error", and said Brexit is a "lose-lose proposition both for Britain and for Europe".
'To make matters worse, the divorce process will preoccupy both Britain and Europe for years ahead, when they should be uniting to resist external enemies like Putin's Russian Federation and resolve the internal contradictions that made some people regard the European Union as their enemy'.
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Mr Soros said Brexit had divided the country, turning young against old and that young people had become disillusioned with democracy after older votes "overruled" them in the referendum.
Declaring himself a "proud supporter" of Best for Britain, he warned that the effect of the uncertainty created by Brexit would become "painfully obvious" in the next six months as negotiations entered the "most contentious phase".
Mr Timothy used his column in the newspaper to claim that Best for Britain wanted to bring down Mrs May's government.
'Malloch-Brown and his backers believe that, if Parliament rejects the Brexit deal, the Government will fall, and Brexit can then be stopped'.
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"George Soros and his foundations is kindly offering to help match-fund to give Best for Britain more support so we can make sure this message gets out: the biggest decision on Brexit is yet to come".