The vacuum cleaner innovator blamed the current stalemate on Brussels and said it is ‘outrageous’ the EU is demanding ‘billions and billions’ of pounds from Britain.
And he said the UK should just walk away from talks because the member states of the bloc need Britain to sell its products to.
His intervention comes just days after the sixth round of Brexit talks again ended in deadlock.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier setting a two-week deadline for Britain to increase it divorce bill offer in order to move on to trade talks before the New Year.
James Dyson laid into the Eu for demanding billions from Britain to quit the Brussels club and said Britain should walk away from the talks
He told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show: ‘ It is a problem with the people we are negotiating with.
‘I think demanding billions and billions to leave is outrageous and I think demanding it before we leave is outrageous.
‘I would walk away, that’s the only way to deal with them.
‘I have been dealing with the EU for years….there is no way to deal with them. we have to walk away.
‘If we walk away they will come back to us because they sell all of their products to us. We are in a very strong position.
‘We should walk away and they will come to us.’
David Davis and Michel Barnier in Brussels on Friday following the sixth round of Brexit talks. They ended with Mr Barnier demanding Britain finds more money for the Brexit divorce bill within two weeks in order to move on to trade talks by the end of the yea
He said Britain has tried ‘very hard’ and been ‘very reasonable’ in the negotiations but Brussels has failed to engage the same way.
Theresa May has offered to pay another 20 billion euros (£17.7bn) for a transition deal which will keep Britain in the single market and customs union for two years.
She is reportedly considering dramatically upping the amount of cash we pour into Brussels’s coffers to unblock the talks.
While Brexit Secretary David Davis has said hinted at a shift in stance by saying the UK was willing to show ‘flexibility’.
Speaking after the last round of talks in Brussels last week, EU chief negotiator Mr Barnier said the two sides were ‘making some progress’.
But he delivered a stark threat to block discussions on trade unless the UK was willing to put more money in the pot within a fortnight.
Meanwhile, Brexit Secretary Mr Davis hinted at a shift in stance by saying the UK was willing to show ‘flexibility’.