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Customs ‘Max Fac’ solution CAN be ready for Brexit, experts tell PM
Date: 14 May 2018

The Prime Minister must abandon plans for a customs partnership with the EU and adopt a technological solution which already exists, a major report says today.   The report ‘Max Fac works: The Technological Solution to the Irish Border Customs Issue’ by Leave Means Leave says that existing technology and best practice is “more than capable of permitting […]

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Richard Tice: “It is disappointing, but unsurprising, that unelected members of the House of Lords have continued in their quest to delay, dilute and disrupt Brexit”
Date: 18 Apr 2018

Responding to the Government defeat in the House of Lords, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave, commented:   “It is disappointing, but unsurprising, that unelected members of the House of Lords have continued in their quest to delay, dilute and disrupt Brexit, with damaging measures that affect the poorest in the UK most of all. […]

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Richard Tice: “This report from the CBI protects the vested interests of global multi-nationals”
Date: 11 Apr 2018

Responding to the new CBI report ‘Smooth Operations’, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “This report from the CBI protects the vested interests of global multi-nationals at the expense of the approximately 90 per cent of the UK economy that does not export to the EU. “It is quite extraordinary that this business lobby group […]

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Jacob Rees-Mogg speech: ‘Brexit – One Year To Go’ – full text
Date: 27 Mar 2018

Full text: Jacob Rees-Mogg’s speech at the Leave Means Leave event, ‘Brexit – One Year To Go’ *Check against delivery*  Jacob-Rees Mogg MP, Chairman of the European Research Group, speaking at Leave Means Leave event in Central London on Tuesday, March 27, 2018   Thank you for that generous introduction Richard, it is a particular pleasure […]

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Betraying Brexit would be a national humiliation like Suez, Rees-Mogg warns PM
Date: 26 Mar 2018

Betraying Brexit would be a national humiliation like Suez, Rees-Mogg warns PM Cutting EU migration will benefit Britain’s poorest the most “No deal is better than a bad deal for us but it is a disaster for our Continental friends”   Failing to deliver on Brexit would be the “most almighty smash to the national psyche […]

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Richard Tice: We have serious concerns over the proposals for our fishing waters
Date: 19 Mar 2018

Responding to the Brexit draft legal text, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “While there has clearly been some commendable progress, we are very concerned over the Northern Ireland backstop proposal. This is a dreadful way of negotiating. Just weeks ago, the Prime Minister said ‘no UK Prime Minister could ever agree to […]

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Don’t try to push Britain around, warn leading Brexit campaigners
Date: 18 Mar 2018

Don’t try to push Britain around, warn leading Brexit campaigners Brussels must end campaign of “threats, scaremongering and bullying” “Clock is ticking” – agree a deal or Britain will leave without paying divorce bill Brussels must agree to a “new deep and special partnership” or Britain will walk away without paying the large sums of money previously discussed, […]

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Leave Means Leave letter to Michel Barnier, Donald Tusk, Jean-Claude Juncker and Guy Verhofstadt
Date: 18 Mar 2018

        M Jean-Claude Juncker President of the European Commission   European Commission Rue de la Loi 200 / Wetstraat 200 1049 Brussels Belgium   Copied to: M Michel Barnier, EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Mr Donald Tusk, President of the European Council Mr Guy Verhofstadt, European Parliament Representative in Brexit Negotiations     […]

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Richard Tice: “The figures set out by the Chancellor today show that Britain has been thriving since the vote to leave the EU”
Date: 13 Mar 2018

Commenting on the Spring Statement, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “The figures set out by the Chancellor today show that Britain has been thriving since the vote to leave the EU.    “The economy has grown and forecasts have been positively revised once again.    “The Chancellor is right to be […]

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David Campbell Bannerman MEP: “It is in the EU’s interests to keep other trading nations happy just as much as it is in Britain’s interests to keep the benefits of these deals until they are replaced by UK deals”
Date: 07 Mar 2018

Responding to the International Trade Committee report ‘Continuing application of EU trade agreements after Brexit’, David Campbell Bannerman MEP, a member of the European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade and Board Member of Leave Means Leave said:   “When Britain becomes a third country in EU terms on 29th March 2019, legally the UK should cease […]

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