Commenting on the CBI call for Britain to remain in the single market and the customs union after the Article 50 process ends, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said: 
“The suggestion by the CBI of remaining in the single market and customs union indefinitely after leaving the EU is ill thought out and lacks any credibility.   
“It would appear that they are attempting to kick Brexit into the long grass in the hope that it will not happen. 
“There will be plenty of time for businesses to prepare for Brexit between now and March 2019 – an indefinite period as suggested by the CBI will be more chaotic and destabilising for the business community who just want to get on with Brexit. 
“This is a subtle attempt to deny Brexit through detail and is conning the will of the people.
“Many of the members of the CBI are foreign-owned companies or multinationals and are not putting the best interests of British people first.”