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John Longworth: “In collaborating with businesses on the continent, the CBI is seeking to stymie the British Government’s efforts to secure the best Brexit deal for Britain”
Date: 15 Sep 2017

Responding to the CBI’s draft letter calling for a three year transition period, John Longworth, Co-Chairman of Leave Means Leave and former Director-General of the British Chambers of Commerce, commented:   “It comes as no surprise that the CBI – the Collaborators of Brussels Industry – is continuing to harbour their grudges borne from being on […]

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Richard Tice & John Longworth: “The British people will be watching Westminster’s politicians closely as this key piece of legislation inches through the parliamentary process”
Date: 12 Sep 2017

Commenting on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill’s passing at second reading, Richard Tice and John Longworth, Co-Chairmen of Leave Means Leave said:   “Tonight’s vote to pass the EU (Withdrawal) Bill at second reading is a step in the right direction, but we must still be vigilant against those who continue to frustrate or derail the […]

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Richard Tice: “The Government are responding to the very serious concerns of the British people over uncontrolled mass migration from the EU”
Date: 06 Sep 2017

Responding to the leaked Government plans for migration policy post-Brexit, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “We welcome the sensible and necessary proposals set out in the report.  “The sentiment very much reflects that set out by Leave Means Leave in the Steven Woolfe immigration report launched earlier this year.  “The Government […]

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Britain’s poorest families will be the biggest winners from Brexit
Date: 03 Sep 2017

Britain’s poorest families will be the biggest winners from Brexit – Experts across political spectrum warns ‘Soft Brexit’ will not work   – Britain’s poorest families £44 a week better off because of Brexit   – Government is urged to adopt a ‘New Model Economy’    Britain’s poorest families will be the biggest gainers from Brexit, […]

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Richard Tice: “We urge the Labour Party leadership to reconsider this ill-thought out plan on Brexit”
Date: 27 Aug 2017

Responding to the latest Labour Party Brexit policy announcement, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “This is one of the most astonishing u-turns in modern political history. “By backsliding on Brexit, the Labour Party has completely betrayed its manifesto commitment and the people who voted for it less than three months ago in […]

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Richard Tice: “There is nothing ‘poisonous’ about wanting to take back control over Britain’s borders”
Date: 25 Aug 2017

Responding to the APPG on Social Integration report on immigration, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “This is typical of Chuka Umunna – a member of the metropolitan liberal elite who is completely oblivious to the concerns of millions of hard-working British families across the country.   “There is nothing ‘poisonous’ about […]

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Richard Tice: “Leaving the EU means leaving the ECJ – remaining subject to it in anyway would be completely absurd”
Date: 23 Aug 2017

Responding to the Government’s policy paper ‘Providing a cross-border civil judicial cooperation framework’, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “We welcome the Government’s overall commitment to ensure that Britain is no longer under the direct jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ).   “It is vital that the ECJ no longer […]

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John Longworth: “The Chancellor and the civil service seem to be steering Brexit in a very negative direction”
Date: 15 Aug 2017

Responding to the publication of the Government’s customs union paper, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:   “It is very concerning that the Government is taking a defeatist attitude with regards to securing trade deals with non-EU countries.   “Britain should not be limited to negotiating trade deals with the rest of the world […]

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John Longworth: “It is important that the economic benefits of Brexit are not postponed because of a drawn out transition period”
Date: 13 Aug 2017

Commenting on the article by the Chancellor and the International Trade Secretary, John Longworth, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:    “We welcome confirmation from the Chancellor and the International Trade Secretary that Britain will be out of the single market and the customs union by March 2019.   “It is important that the economic […]

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Richard Tice: “The focus should be on accelerating talks with the aim of concluding them at the end of 2017”
Date: 06 Aug 2017

Responding to reports that Britain will pay a £36 billion Brexit bill, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said: “With the EU Brexit negotiations, nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. “Speculation about a ‘divorce bill’ is particularly unhelpful. “The focus should be on accelerating talks with the aim of concluding them at the […]

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