Responding to the Budget, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:
“After months of applying pressure on the Chancellor to acknowledge the economic benefits of Brexit, we are pleased he has finally taken our advice.
“This is the first time the Chancellor has had anything positive to say about Brexit and it is a small step in the right direction.
“However more must be done.
“Brexit offers a once in a generation opportunity to reinvigorate the British economy and this must be seized upon. Business wants to see a deregulation revolution take place when Britain leaves the EU as well as a cut in corporation tax to ensure this country is the most competitive in the world to do business.
“In order to face up to this challenge, the Chancellor must commit to a rapid overhaul of the tired, old thinking that has engulfed the Treasury and negatively impacted the British economy.”