Commenting on the Spring Statement, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:
“The figures set out by the Chancellor today show that Britain has been thriving since the vote to leave the EU.
“The economy has grown and forecasts have been positively revised once again.
“The Chancellor is right to be positive – Brexit offers a whole host of economic opportunities that will help to beat the forecasts he set out today.
“The Government should now look to invest in ensuring that Britain is prepared to leave the EU next March, so that all mechanisms are ready for a clean swift break.”