Express: No wonder they wanted us to stay: EU braced for hardball talks as Brexit leaves £15BN hole

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THE European Union (EU) is bracing itself for a “difficult negotiation” with Britain as Brexit is set to leave the bloc with a funding black hole of up to £15billion.

By Alix Culbertson, 14:27, Wed, Jan 18, 2017

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Read also: Juncker drops HUGE hint that EU will seek deal that keeps Britain IN the bloc post-Brexit

Leave Means Leave: “…our job is far from over”

LEAVEMEANSLEAVERichard Tice, Co-Chairman, Leave Means Leave

The Prime Minister today set out her vision for a Global Britain after Brexit.

In her speech, she emphatically endorsed the key principle of our campaign, rightly saying that “no deal is better than a bad deal” with the EU.

She confirmed we will be outside of the single market, without the restrictive elements of the customs union, no longer ruled by the European Court of Justice and that vast contributions to Brussels will end.

These principles are true to what you and I voted for on June 23rd – and I am delighted that the government is committed to ensuring Leave Means Leave.

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Telegraph: The 12-point Brexit plan explained: Theresa May warns EU she will walk away from a ‘bad deal’ for Britain

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Theresa May has threatened EU leaders that she will walk away from negotiations with Brussels if they attempt to give Britain a “bad deal” as she revealed her 12-point plan for divorce talks.

Read full story and Telegraph’s 12 point digest: HERE

We Are Listening Mrs May

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From The Leave Means Leave Campaign

WHAT LEAVE MEANS

1. Leave MEANS leaving the EU Single Market, so we can have full sovereign control over British laws, borders and budgets.

2. Leave MEANS regaining control of our borders so we can introduce a fair and managed migration policy that treats EU and non-EU citizens equally.

3. Leave MEANS the European Court of Justice no longer having jurisdiction in the UK, meaning British law and British courts are supreme.

4. Leave MEANS ending UK taxpayer contributions to the EU budget, so we can spend our money on our priorities.

5. Leave MEANS leaving the EU customs union, so we are free to sign free trade deals with the growing economies of the world.

6. Leave MEANS leaving the Common Fisheries Policy, so we regain control of our territorial fishing waters.

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Peter Lilley MP: Even if the EU shuns a free trade deal with us and we move to WTO rules, we’ll still be better off

BrexitCentral.comWritten by Peter Lilley MP, BrexitCentral.com

One of the many misconceptions which abound in the British debate about Brexit is the assumption that the Article 50 negotiations will be primarily about our trading relations with the rest of the EU. Although most British commentators assume that to be the case, on the continent the prevailing view is that Article 50 is about the ‘divorce settlement’. Any negotiations about trade relationships will, in this view, come after the Article 50 negotiations are complete.

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Understanding BBC Establishment Spinning For CIA Director John Brennan

John Brennan, Obama’s outgoing CIA Director is a controversial figure in the world of US spies and spying. He has just told the President Elect to watch what he says, publicly. This is a remarkable event. A heated frank exchange of views, privately and in secret might have neen expected, after all he is an experienced spook and since March 8th 2013 responsible for the CIA’s activities world wide. He is no shrinking violet, but having the confidence and temerity to give Trump a public dressing down introduces a disturbing level of contempt for the diplomacy and discretion required in the job and worryingly contempt for the office of President and the electors who put him there.

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Hammond Comes Up With a Seriously Good Response To EU Threats

goingglobalTelegraph: Britain will ‘not take it lying down’ if UK is banned from EU markets after Brexit says Philip Hammond

In the interview with Germany’s Welt am Sonntag newspaper, Mr Hammond said that the Government will do “whatever we have to” to ensure Britain stays competitive if it is shut out of the EU single market after Brexit.

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Ed – Juncker and his dwindling band of sycophantic EU delusionistas are gradually getting the message. The Commision’s usual negotiating stance of “scare the pants off them and wait for a second referendum” isn’t working. Indeed they are the ones who are beginning to realise the strength of Britain’s negotiating position as the 5th or 6th largest economy in the world and seeing the number of old friends rallying round to help us if we miss a step.

My heart soars like an eagle.

Leave Means Leave Campaign Update: Theresa May Warming To The Task

LEAVEMEANSLEAVEBy Richard Tice & John Longworth, Leave Means Leave Campaign

This week Theresa May said the UK will not hold onto ”bits” of its European Union membership and that the country is going to Leave – as was voted for on June 23rd. We welcome the Prime Minister’s commitment to take back control of Britain’s borders and her focus on ”getting what is right for the UK” ahead of the Brexit negotiations.

Meanwhile Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, made a huge U-turn on Wednesday, admitting that the ”financial stability risks around that (Brexit) process are greater on the continent than they for the UK.” He also backtracked on a previous claim stating that the ”scale of the immediate risks (around Brexit) has gone down.”

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Farage: Differences between 5 Star Movement and myself have been resolved

farageSpeaking from Brussels today, President of the EFDD Group, Nigel Farage MEP said:

“I am happy to say that any differences between Beppe Grillo’s 5 Star Movement and myself have been resolved in an amicable manner.

After a few administrative changes we will, next week in Strasbourg, continue with our work together in the EFDD Group.

The Grillo campaign for a referendum on Italy’s membership of the euro  is gaining momentum. I have long admired his work in Italy and wish him well.

The anti-Establishment campaign in Europe is really just starting.”