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Richard Tice: “Committing to reducing net migration to the tens of thousands is the right thing to do”
Date: 18 May 2017

Responding to the Conservative Party manifesto launch, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “Committing to reducing net migration to the tens of thousands is the right thing to do and is simply the average migration levels achieved in the 1990s, when our public services and businesses worked well and low skilled wages […]

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Richard Tice: “Unless the Lib Dems abandon their unpatriotic, anti-democratic, pro-Brussels positioning, they could be relegated to the obscure fringes of British politics for the long term.”
Date: 17 May 2017

Responding to the Liberal Democrat manifesto pledge for a second EU referendum, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave, commented:   “We have had a fair, free and democratic referendum and Britain voted to leave the EU.   “Polling shows that 68 per cent of British people are now in favour of Brexit, including 23 per […]

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John Longworth: “If the CBI did genuinely represent the business community it would be embracing free trade and free markets”
Date: 04 May 2017

Responding to the CBI manifesto request to avoid ‘no deal’ in Britain’s negotiations with the EU, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “For an organisation that claims to represent business, the CBI shows an extraordinary lack of basic negotiating skills.   “The idea that Britain should go into these negotiations without being […]

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Richard Tice: “The way that EU leaders and bureaucrats have behaved over the past week has been like a bully from Tom Brown’s schooldays”
Date: 03 May 2017

Responding to the Prime Minister’s comments that EU politicians are making threats against Britain in order to influence the general election result, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “The way that EU leaders and bureaucrats have behaved over the past week has been like a bully from Tom Brown’s schooldays”.   “Threatening […]

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Richard Tice: Open Britain have been in denial about the reality that Britain is leaving the EU
Date: 25 Apr 2017

Commenting on the resignations of Conservative MPs from continuity Remain campaign Open Britain, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave, said:   “Open Britain have been in denial about the reality that Britain is leaving the EU. They need to wake up and embrace the democratic decision for Brexit. “They have continually demonstrated how out of touch they […]

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Richard Tice: The British Retail Consortium is trying to dilute Brexit and failing to spot the opportunities
Date: 20 Apr 2017

Commenting on the British Retail Consortium report, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “This report is totally flawed and unambitious for Britain.    “Firstly, it fails to realise that Britain is already a member of the World Trade Organisation.   “Secondly, it wrongly assumes that we cannot start negotiating with other non-EU […]

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John Longworth: “Leave Means Leave will be supporting those candidates who believe in a clean, swift Brexit and in delivering the will of the people, to ensure they are returned to the House of Commons.”
Date: 18 Apr 2017

Commenting on the Prime Minister’s decision to hold a general election on June 8th, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “Despite a clear victory for Leave in the referendum last year, Liberal Democrat, most Labour and a minority of Conservative MPs have done everything they can to stand in the way of the […]

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“No delays at Dover” when Britain exits customs union
Date: 16 Apr 2017

“No delays at Dover” when Britain exits customs union   A new report launched today tears apart the myth spouted by Remain campaigners that British ports will be clogged up when Britain leaves the customs union.   The report by Leave Means Leave, which explores Britain’s exit from the customs union, says that Britain can […]

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Steven Woolfe MEP: “We need an immigration system that is fair, flexible and forward-thinking”
Date: 09 Apr 2017

Brexit pressure group sets out plan for reducing net migration to 50,000 and calls for five-year freeze on unskilled migration  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 […]

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Peter Bone MP: “The BBC should remember that it is hardworking British people who fund it – not Brussels”
Date: 04 Apr 2017

In response to claims that the BBC has no duty to be balanced over Brexit, Peter Bone MP, Board Member of Leave Means Leave said:   “The State broadcaster is required to be impartial, yet post-referendum coverage on the BBC has been overwhelmingly anti-Brexit.   “It is widely accepted that the BBC is institutionally biased […]

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