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British Business Leaders: What We Need NOW Is A Managed No Deal Brexit

Date : January 22, 2019 at 2:48 pm

British Business Leaders: What We Need NOW Is A Managed No Deal Brexit British business leaders, including the directors of JML and Wetherspoon, today urge that the Prime Minister must pursue a managed No Deal Brexit. “The Government’s deal is not in the best interests of business, nor is it the only option. The Government has tried […

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British Business Leaders: What We Need NOW Is A Managed No Deal Brexit

Date : January 16, 2019 at 10:20 am

British Business Leaders: What We Need NOW Is A Managed No Deal Brexit British business leaders, including the directors of JML and Wetherspoon, today urge that the Prime Minister must pursue a managed No Deal Brexit. “The Government’s deal is not in the best interests of business, nor is it the only option. The Government has tried […

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PM Must Keep to No Deal Better Than Bad Deal Promise

Date : December 10, 2018 at 5:06 pm

Leave Means Leave: PM Must Keep to No Deal Better Than Bad Deal Promise   Pro-Brexit campaign organisation Leave Means Leave strongly remind the UK Prime Minister today that she has repeatedly pledged no deal is better than a bad deal and to now prepare for an orderly departure on World Trading terms.   John […]

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ECJ Ruling Means Nought Unless UK Parliament Betray Brexit

Date : December 10, 2018 at 12:21 pm

ECJ Ruling Means Nought Unless UK Parliament Betray Brexit Pro-Brexit Campaign organisation Leave Means Leave have pointed out that it would take a statute with a majority backing in the Commons to reverse Brexit. Chair John Longworth has explained how the ECJ ruling is little other than Brussels twisting their own rules to keep the […]

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Predictable Economic Scaremongering ‘Relaunch of Project Fear’

Date : November 28, 2018 at 12:46 pm

Predictable Economic Scaremongering ‘Relaunch of Project Fear’ Chair of Leave Means Leave and former Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, John Longworth, has shot down scaremongering from the UK treasury today calling the announcement predictable. “We absolutely predicted this relaunch of project fear with the treasury puttin

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Reaction to Dominic Raab resignation from Leave Means Leave

Date : November 15, 2018 at 9:53 am

Reaction to Raab resignation from Leave Means Leave Chair of Leave Means Leave and former Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, John Longworth, has reacted saying “Raab has shown his mettle and his commitment through his resignation. The fact that two Brexit secretaries at the cut and thrust of the negotiations have now [&hell

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May Is About To Present The Worst Deal In History

Date : November 13, 2018 at 8:11 pm

May Is About To Present The Worst Deal In History News that a preliminary deal has been struck between the EU and the UK to be presented to cabinet has been met with consternation by campaign organisation Leave Means Leave. Founder and Vice Chairman of Leave Means Leave Richard Tice has struck out, calling the […]

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Leave Means Leave slam Nissan Brexit threat, saying ‘No Deal is No Problem’

Date : October 4, 2018 at 1:38 pm

Leave Means Leave slam Nissan Brexit threat, saying ‘No Deal is No Problem’   Campaign organisation Leave Means Leave has slammed French owned Nissan’s warnings that a no-deal Brexit would have ‘serious implications’ pointing out that they have a track record of misguided pro-EU assertions, having pushed for the UK to join the Euro.

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It is time the Government shows it believes in Britain

Date : September 21, 2018 at 2:02 pm

Statement on behalf of ​Leave Means Leave​ in reaction to Theresa May: “Finally a half step towards talking tough and walking away. “Now the Government has to be absolutely clear in explaining to the nation that ‘no deal’ would be ‘no problem’. We would automatically revert to a world trade deal, like many other nations [&hellip

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Brexiteers launch UK-wide ad campaign to ‘chuck Chequers’

Date : September 16, 2018 at 10:35 am

Brexiteers launch UK-wide ad campaign to ‘chuck Chequers’ The Brexit campaign has launched a major advertising operation across the UK to highlight the flaws in the Prime Minister’s Chequers proposal. Leave Means Leave has taken out an advertisement – set to be published on Tuesday 18th September – in 30 regional newspapers with

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