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Responding to the comments made by Tony Blair and Sir John Major on stopping Brexit, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:
Date: 25 Nov 2016

Responding to the comments made by Tony Blair and Sir John Major on stopping Brexit, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “These patronising comments demonstrate the utter contempt they have for the British people.   “Their refusal to accept the result of the EU referendum shows they have no regard for democracy. […]

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Responding to the Autumn Statement, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:
Date: 23 Nov 2016

Responding to the Autumn Statement, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “The Chancellor has made a good start on the road to making the British economy the best in the world.  “Investing in infrastructure and research and development, improving access to finance – particularly for tech companies which ensures they do not […]

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Richard Tice: A transitional deal will fuel more uncertainty and leave Britain in limbo
Date: 21 Nov 2016

Responding to the Prime Minister’s speech at the CBI and speculation of a ‘transitional Brexit’, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “The Prime Minister made a number of positive points in her speech to the CBI about a post-Brexit Britain while rightly not giving away her negotiating hand. “Businesses want certainty as […]

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Government must hold Article 50 vote in Parliament as soon as possible
Date: 08 Nov 2016

The Government should hold a vote in Parliament on Article 50 as soon as possible, but crucially before the Supreme Court hearing, Leave Means Leave urged today.  Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave, Richard Tice said: “It is absolutely essential that the Government moves ahead with Brexit. “Businesses, investors and consumers need to be reassured that […]

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Owen Paterson: The political establishment have no option but to see that the democratic will of the people is granted
Date: 04 Nov 2016

Commenting on the High Court ruling on Article 50, Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP of Leave Means Leave said: “On June 23rd the British people made it clear that they voted for us to make our own laws in our own Parliament – to take back control of our borders, of our laws and our finances. […]

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Brexit to save City £12 billion a year by slashing EU red tape
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 […]

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The EU cannot hold UK to ransom over Single Market
Date: 12 Oct 2016

  In response to claims that the UK may need to continue to make big payments to the EU after Brexit, David Campbell Bannerman MEP of Leave Means Leave said: “These claims are absolute, unadulterated tripe.  “The reality is that the EU cannot hold the UK to ransom in order to access the Single Market […]

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John Longworth joins Leave Means Leave as campaign calls on PM to make Britain ‘a beacon of global trade’
Date: 30 Sep 2016

Former British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Director-General John Longworth is to become the new co-chairman of Leave Means Leave, as the pre-eminent campaign group sets out a plan for Britain to become a “beacon of global trade” after quitting the Single Market. Mr Longworth chose to resign from his BCC post during the EU referendum campaign […]

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Leave Means Leave campaign urges Government ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’ with EU
Date: 20 Sep 2016

Senior Tories join forces with businessmen to ensure Leave Means Leave 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, […]

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