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Sir Gerald Howarth: “The Government should adopt a British work permit system to cut net migration to sustainable levels last seen in the mid-1990s”
Date: 30 Nov 2017

Responding to the ONS Migration Statistics Quarterly Report November 2017, Sir Gerald Howarth, Board Member of Leave Means Leave said:    “These statistics suggest that the vote to Leave the EU has already played an extremely important role in reducing net migration from the EU. This reduction has happened even before a post-Brexit EU migration policy […]

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Scrap unskilled migration from EU after Brexit, says top business group
Date: 26 Nov 2017

Scrap unskilled migration from EU after Brexit, says top business group Plans to stop low skilled migration from the EU and introduce a British work permit system to cut net migration to mid-1990s levels have been submitted to the Government. A new policy report by Leave Means Leave – drawn up in conjunction with the […]

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Richard Tice: “This is the first time the Chancellor has had anything positive to say about Brexit”
Date: 22 Nov 2017

Responding to the Budget, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “After months of applying pressure on the Chancellor to acknowledge the economic benefits of Brexit, we are pleased he has finally taken our advice.    “This is the first time the Chancellor has had anything positive to say about Brexit and it […]

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May should embrace WTO option now if EU stalls trade talks
Date: 19 Oct 2017

May should embrace WTO option now if EU stalls trade talks, say leading Brexiteers   Prime Minister urged to abandon EU negotiations if no progress on future relationship made at this week’s European Council                       Senior figures from politics, business, economics, law, science and the military call for the Prime Minister to make a clean […]

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Leave Means Leave letter to the Prime Minister
Date: 18 Oct 2017

     

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John Longworth: “The EU has yet again shown that it is obstructing Brexit negotiations”
Date: 12 Oct 2017

Responding to the joint press conference with David Davis and Michel Barnier, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “The EU has yet again shown that it is obstructing Brexit negotiations.   “The Prime Minister is right to plan for all outcomes and next week she must make it clear to EU leaders […]

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Leave Means Leave letter to Prime Minister
Date: 30 Sep 2017

 

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Richard Tice: “I am delighted the CBI and the TUC are supporting the position Leave Means Leave have been advocating since negotiations started”
Date: 28 Sep 2017

Responding to the joint statement by the CBI and TUC on citizens’ rights, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “I am delighted the CBI and the TUC are supporting the position Leave Means Leave have been advocating since negotiations started.   “The UK Government has attempted to negotiate this key issue with […]

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Richard Tice & John Longworth: “The Prime Minister should have explicitly committed to a no deal option and the Government should be planning for it
Date: 22 Sep 2017

Responding to the Prime Minister’s speech, Richard Tice and John Longworth, Co-Chairs of Leave Means Leave said: “The Prime Minister set out an optimistic, positive tone in her speech.   “However, we are deeply concerned that her proposals could lead to nothing changing either during or after the implementation period – which will go on […]

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Richard Tice & John Longworth: “The sooner Britain leaves the EU, the sooner we can crystallise the benefits of Brexit.”
Date: 17 Sep 2017

Responding to the BusinessEurope letter, Richard Tice and John Longworth, Co-Chairs of Leave Means Leave said: “We welcome the calls from other business leaders to accelerate the Brexit negotiations. “Leave Means Leave have been calling for talks to be sped up for some time. The sooner Britain leaves the EU, the sooner we can crystallise […]

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