Leave Means Leave in the media

Leave Means Leave’s Richard Tice: MPs ‘should be working harder’ to get Brexit done

Date : January 22, 2019 at 3:03 pm

Richard Tice, co-founder of Leave Means Leave has said that MPs should be “working harder” to ensure the UK leaves the European Union on March 29 this year. He told talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer: “I think there is a growing sense of angry and that would likely manifest itself if MPs try to deal it or […]

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There is a Brexit Plan B built like a springboard which the UK and EU both ought to embrace

Date : January 22, 2019 at 9:57 am

John Longworth There are undoubtedly many Remainers in the establishment who are determined to stop Brexit outright. Others are trying to create a fiction of Brexit that in reality keeps the UK in the EU in all but name. Many Brexiteers would like to see the UK leave without a deal, on WTO terms – […]

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Leave campaign mobilises for ‘inevitable’ second Brexit referendum

Date : January 20, 2019 at 2:13 pm

A cross-party lobby group fronted by Nigel Farage is setting up a Westminster campaign headquarters in readiness for a second referendum. Leave Means Leave is fundraising and plotting a campaign strategy in the belief that another poll is now inevitable and Brexiteers have fallen behind pro-Remain groups in preparing for a fresh vote. Jeremy Hoskin

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NO SHADES OF GREY Brexiteers set to sue if Theresa May tries to delay Britain’s EU exit by extending Article 50 deadline

Date : January 20, 2019 at 10:45 am

BREXIT campaigners will mount a legal challenge if Theresa May tries to halt Britain’s departure from the EU. They will seek a High Court ruling on any decision to extend or revoke Article 50 – and demand the right for Britain to retain our seats in the European Parliament. The move raises the prospect of […]

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HuffPost: Our Establishment Is Selling Out The Country For A Brexit Deal Britain Does Not Need

Date : January 18, 2019 at 1:36 pm

Our Establishment Is Selling Out The Country For A Brexit Deal Britain Does Not Need We have days to see the UK free of the EU shackles and become a free market, true to our destiny. This could well be the most important moment in our history. John Longworth Co-chairman of Leave Means Leave We […]

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Telegraph: Multinationals may seek to preserve the status quo after Brexit but Britain’s small businesses want change

Date : January 18, 2019 at 1:35 pm

Multinationals may seek to preserve the status quo after Brexit but Britain’s small businesses want change  John Longworth  There has been a long-running narrative that business wants no Brexit, or at the very least a Brexit so soft it amounts to the same thing. This myth has been supported most ardently by big business groups […]

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Telegraph: In a Parliament full of Remainers, Brexit is now in the gift of Jeremy Corbyn

Date : January 14, 2019 at 9:17 am

In a Parliament full of Remainers, Brexit is now in the gift of Jeremy Corbyn JOHN LONGWORTH Both the Conservative and Labour manifestos at the last election declared that we would leave the EU, explicitly that we would leave the single market. The Conservative manifesto went further declaring that we would also leave the Customs […]

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With 100 Days To Brexit, No-Deal Is Looking Like The Best Outcome – Bring It On

Date : December 20, 2018 at 9:23 am

We have one hundred days until the UK secures its liberty. A lot can happen in a hundred days. Napoleon escaped his incarceration, raised an army, took Paris and lost the battle of Waterloo all within a hundred days, all without the web, AI or the EU. Within a hundred days Churchill managed to do […]

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HuffPost: With 100 Days To Brexit, No-Deal Is Looking Like The Best Outcome – Bring It On

Date : December 19, 2018 at 6:49 pm

With 100 Days To Brexit, No-Deal Is Looking Like The Best Outcome – Bring It On Anything can happen from now until 29 March – but we have plenty of time now to push forward to liberty John Longworth Co-chairman of Leave Means Leave We have one hundred days until the UK secures its liberty. […]

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Time for the Prime Minister to pursue a “World Trade” Brexit

Date : December 14, 2018 at 3:40 pm

Having correctly ruled out a second referendum and a General Election, and with no chance of passing her own deal through Parliament, the Prime Minister is left with only one option for which she and the Government should now robustly prepare: a World Trade deal, from March 29, 2019. Far from the panto-dramatics language of […]

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