TORY right-wingers have formed a group urging Theresa May to take Britain out of the single market.
The Leave Means Leave campaign, backed by hardright MPs including Peter Bone and Peter Lilley, will press her to cut all EU ties.
They say the UK must leave the single market even if Mrs May fails to strike a new trade deal with Brussels – meaning swingeing tariffs on our imports and exports.
Campaign chief Richard Tice insisted: “No deal is better than a bad deal.”
It comes as a study warns business confidence has slumped to a four-year low as the UK gets Brexit jitters.
Those expecting sales and profit to grow in the next six months fell from 38% in January to 12%, said Lloyds Bank’s business poll.
19th September 2016, Daily Mirror