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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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John Longworth: It is disappointing that some senior politicians seem incapable of comprehending the most basic of business concept – that no deal is better than a bad deal
Date: 04 Apr 2017

In response to the report published today by the Exiting the European Union Committee, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “It is disappointing that some senior politicians seem incapable of comprehending the most basic of business concept – that no deal is better than a bad deal and that the only way […]

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Trump ally Malloch backs ‘quick US-UK trade deal’
Date: 04 Apr 2017

Trump ally Malloch backs ‘quick US-UK trade deal’  Deal could take just 180 days  It would eliminate tariffs on cars, food and clothes  It would cement US-UK leadership in an uncertain world  Boost for services companies in both countries  Ted Malloch, Donald Trump’s designated Ambassador to the EU, has backed a major new report into […]

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Richard Tice: If the EU has mismanaged its financial affairs, it is not the responsibility of Britain, who will no longer be a part of the bloc, to bail it out thereafter
Date: 31 Mar 2017

Commenting on European Council President Donald Tusk’s speech on the EU’s Brexit negotiation guidelines, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “By putting the divorce settlement first, the EU are breaching their legal obligations under Article 50.   “If the EU refuse to comply with law during negotiations, Britain should walk away from the […]

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Richard Tice: Today is an important day but the job of leaving the EU is far from over – it is only just beginning
Date: 29 Mar 2017

Commenting on the invoking of Article 50, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:  “Today is an historic moment in defining our national renewal.  “I welcome the Prime Minister’s letter and her commitment that the objective of negotiations will be to provide certainty – this is what British businesses want to see.  “I also welcome the […]

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Triggering Article 50 is only the beginning of our war to quit the EU. Please support our campaign
Date: 29 Mar 2017

By Richard Tice  Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50 today is an historic moment. In theory, it means that Britain is now committed to leaving the European Union. But the activation of the withdrawal process is not the end of the long war to reclaim national independence. The war goes on. Many months were wasted […]

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