Leave Means Leave: PM Must Keep to No Deal Better Than Bad Deal Promise


Pro-Brexit campaign organisation Leave Means Leave strongly remind the UK Prime Minister today that she has repeatedly pledged no deal is better than a bad deal and to now prepare for an orderly departure on World Trading terms.


John Longworth, Chair of Leave Means Leave, points out

“There is a perfectly acceptable alternative which is paving the way for an orderly no deal departure, which would give the UK complete freedom to boost the economy and save a potential £60 billion.

“It is she who said ‘no deal is better than a bad deal.’

“If she returns without fundamental changes to this deal and she is not prepared to keep her word and commit then she should be replaced by somebody that will.”