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Brexit and a Future UK Customs System: a Blueprint for Frictionless Trade
Date: 15 Apr 2017

Our latest report, ‘Brexit and a Future UK Customs System: A Blueprint for Frictionless Trade’, authored by John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave and former Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, urges the Government to ensure that the relevant customs procedures are in place prior to formal exit of Britain from the EU. […]

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Immigration post-Brexit – A fair, flexible and forward-thinking immigration policy
Date: 08 Apr 2017

First detailed blueprint since referendum of what Britain’s new immigration system should look like   Report authored by former Ukip migration spokesman Steven Woolfe MEP – in his first major intervention since resigning from party in October   Calls for a new “fair, flexible and forward-thinking immigration policy” – and the Government to announce immediate […]

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Right to the Front of the Queue: Key Elements of a New US/UK Free Trade Agreement
Date: 04 Apr 2017

The latest report by campaign group Leave Means Leave, which has been drawn up by trade expert David Campbell Bannerman, the Conservative MEP, calls for a quick limited trade deal – which could take just 180 days to agree – that would “lower or remove all duties, taxes or other import fees for goods between […]

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Engaging Business on the Benefits of Brexit
Date: 05 Mar 2017

The latest report from the leading Brexit campaign group Leave Means Leave, authored by John Longworth, the former Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce who now serves as Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave, sets out a six point plan to create an enterprise economy. The report Engaging Business on the Benefits of Brexit says […]

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Why Our Financial Services Need a Clean Brexit
Date: 30 Oct 2016

The UK’s financial services sector will gain an extra £12 billion a year in revenues as a result of the UK taking back control of regulation when it leaves the EU, according to a new report. The report predicts that Brexit will “accelerate” the UK financial services sector by freeing it from stifling Brussels red […]

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Going Global Without Delay
Date: 30 Sep 2016

The Leave Means Leave report, ‘Going Global Without Delay’, launched today rejects the so-called Norway and Swiss options for a trade deal with the EU because they are unsatisfactory and such arrangements would not allow the UK to regain control over its borders. Instead, it urges ministers to attempt to secure a zero tariff free […]

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Why The EU’s Single Market Is Failing Britain
Date: 20 Sep 2016

A major campaign launched today by senior political and business leaders has urged the Government to adopt a “no deal is better than a bad deal” approach when it negotiates the UK’s future relationship with the EU. The launch report by Leave Means Leave, a new campaign group spearheaded by senior Brexit campaigner and businessman […]

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