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Prime Minister must confirm Britain will leave customs union
Date: 14 Jan 2017

PM must confirm Britain will leave customs union “The Prime Minister must seize this opportunity to set out the exciting opportunities for the UK ahead of triggering Article 50.   “Last Sunday the Prime Minister made it clear that she will take back control of Britain’s borders and end preferential treatment for EU citizens.   […]

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John Longworth: The Government must enter the negotiations with the aim of getting the best deal for Britain
Date: 14 Jan 2017

Commenting on the report by the House of Commons Exiting the European Union Committee ‘The process for exiting the European Union and the Government’s negotiating objectives’, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “The report presumes transitional arrangements are likely – an absurd approach to take before the negotiations have begun. Provided the […]

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David Campbell Bannerman: Britain and New Zealand are great friends and have excellent relations. Negotiating a swift trade deal is the practical and sensible thing to do
Date: 13 Jan 2017

Responding to the Prime Minister of New Zealand’s comments on negotiating a high quality free trade agreement with the UK immediately after Brexit, David Campbell Bannerman MEP, Board Member of Leave Means Leave said: “This is excellent news and demonstrates the positive impact Brexit will have on the UK economy. This is one trade deal […]

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Richard Tice: We welcome the Prime Minister’s commitment to taking back control of Britain’s borders
Date: 08 Jan 2017

Following the Prime Minister’s interview on Sky News this morning with Sophy Ridge, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “We welcome the Prime Minister’s commitment to taking back control of Britain’s borders therefore ending preferential treatment for EU citizens.     “She is right that issues of trade and immigration are not […]

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Richard Tice: Our next EU ambassador must embrace the opportunities of a swift, clean Brexit
Date: 03 Jan 2017

Responding to the resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers as Britain’s EU Ambassador, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said: “This is the right thing to do. Sir Ivan was a Remainer who consistently failed to acknowledge the benefits Brexit will bring to Britain. His claims that a Brexit deal would take ten years to […]

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Brexit campaign sets out red lines to PM ahead of EU negotiations
Date: 31 Dec 2016

Brexit campaign sets out red lines to PM ahead of EU negotiations Leave Means Leave have called on the Prime Minister to rule out a transitional Brexit deal and confirm that the UK will leave the single market and the customs union.   In a letter sent to the Prime Minister, Leave Means Leave, who […]

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Brexiteers bypass Brussels to build links with European big business
Date: 28 Dec 2016

Brexiteers bypass Brussels to build links with European big business Senior Brexit campaigners are forging links with businesses across Europe to put pressure on the EU to agree a free trade deal with the UK, ahead of Brexit negotiations.     Campaign group Leave Means Leave have written to the Chambers of Commerce, of all […]

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Richard Tice: A transitional deal is absolutely unnecessary and poses a huge threat to the UK economy
Date: 13 Dec 2016

Responding to the Chancellor’s comments on a transitional Brexit deal, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:  “A transitional deal is absolutely unnecessary and poses a huge threat to the UK economy. “Through the Great Repeal bill, all EU law will be adopted into UK law before it is slowly unravelled. This in itself […]

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MPs vote to invoke Article 50 – now they must back a clean Brexit
Date: 07 Dec 2016

Responding to the vote on the Government amendment to Labour’s Opposition Day Motion on the Government’s plan for Brexit, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “This vote is a very significant step forward in the Brexit process.   “Parliamentarians who, today, backed the Government’s amendment have honoured the democratic decision taken by […]

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Business leaders back the Prime Minister’s Article 50 timetable
Date: 06 Dec 2016

Business leaders back the Prime Minister’s Article 50 timetable In a joint letter to the  Prime Minister, 200 leaders of small, medium and large businesses which trade across the UK and the world have urged Mrs May to stick to her stated time-frame and trigger Article 50 no later than 31 March 2017. Prominent signatories […]

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