Lack Of Unambiguous commitment to departing the EU Madhouse frustrating Labour Leave Campaign

Ed Rennie, Labour Leave LabourLeave_150

As you can imagine at Labour Leave HQ to say we are frustrated with the lack of unambiguous commitment to departing the EU from the current leadership of our party would be an understatement. This is without mentioning the rather ludicrous statements from some MPs such as Chuka Umunna, Heidi Alexander, Chris Bryant and oh Owen Smith (remember him?) who seem apparently oblivious that formally leaving the EU but retaining membership of the Single Market and Customs Union is quite patently the worst of both worlds.

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Labour Leave: Juncker hasn’t denied authorising deceitful anti-British briefings

LabourLeave_150Ed Rennie, Labour Leave

Believe it or not there are some on the continent who would like an orderly, constructive and fairly negotiated exit deal between the UK and the EU. But Jean-Claude Juncker former Luxembourg Prime Minister and President of the EU Commission isn’t one of them. He hasn’t even denied authorising this month’s deceitful anti-British briefings, his ongoing delusions, not to mention his self delusion, beggar belief.

Here are just a few of his horrendous sayings.

Regarding the Lisbon Treaty: ‘Of course there will be transfers of sovereignty. But would I be intelligent to draw the attention of public opinion to this fact?’

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Labour Leave: Get Behind Our Campaign

gina.jpgBy Brendan Chilton, Labour Leave

We have become increasingly concerned that Remainers are yet again seeking to derail Brexit through any means possible. They still cannot accept they lost. These people are used to getting what they want.

Their latest plot involves coordinating cross party tactical voting to promote MPs who “want the best for Britain”, as Best for Britain puts it, or MPs who “stick by their principles”, as Gina Miller puts it. Beneath the weasel words what they are doing is attempting to get anti-Brexit MPs elected.
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Labour Leave Video: “watch how billionaires plan to veto your vote”

LabourLeave_150Brendan Chilton, Labour Leave

Labour Leave today launches a new video on Remainers’ latest attempt to block Brexit.

Gina Miller has raised £300,000 to support candidates with “principles” who want a “final vote on the deal” – or, as everyone understands in plain English, she has raised £300k to back candidates who will block Brexit.

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Labour Leave: Gina Miller is mocking you

LabourLeave_150By Brendan Chilton, Labour Leave

Gina Miller’s is going to block Brexit! She has just launched a BLOCK Brexit campaign, and she has already raised £300,000 to fund ANTI-Brexit candidates at the upcoming general election.

This is the most dangerous threat to Brexit yet. If we lose a substantial amount of Brexit candidates, then the ANTI-Brexit alliance will be able to reverse Brexit, and destroy our democratic rights.

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Labour Leave: Blair Has A £9,000,000 Warchest With More Available – We Will Resist Him


Brendan Chilton,General Secretary Labour Leave

Theresa May has said she wants to hold a snap general election on 8 June, despite repeatedly claiming that she was against the idea of an early vote.

In a surprise statement outside Downing Street this morning, the prime minister claimed that opposition parties were jeopardising her government’s preparations for Brexit.

“We need a general election and we need one now,” she said. “I have only recently and reluctantly come to this conclusion but now I have concluded it is the only way to guarantee certainty for the years ahead.”

Labour Leave is ready for this moment, we have been planning.

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Labour Leave: Its Time To Leave

LabourLeave_150Brendan Chilton, Labour Leave

Brexit is finally starting! The Prime Minister announced on Monday that she is triggering Article 50 next Wednesday. This is fantastic news, but now the real battle begins.

What happens next will shape our country for generations to come. But some politicians are still not listening to ordinary people when it comes to how Brexit should work – Labour Leave have priorities and these must be respected during the negotiations.

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Labour Leave: It’s Leave Supporters vs Michael Heseltine

LabourLeave_150By Brendan Chilton, General Secretary, Labour Leave

Yesterday the Lords began its Article 50 Committee Stage process. There are many amendments proposed and most can been described as dangerous towards Brexit. Most are intended to frustrate the government’s attempts to deliver a clean Brexit, and some are designed to derail Brexit all together.

Tory grandee Michael Heseltine has signalled he is ready to defy Theresa May over Brexit and will fight to change her plan to trigger Article 50 in the House of Lords.

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Labour Leave: Stop Blair

LabourLeave_150Brendan Chilton, General Secretary, Labour Leave

The show is back on the road. Yesterday the Lords begun the Brexit Bill Second Reading debate. More than 180 peers have requested to speak during the debate, which will not be completed until this evening.

We got a sense of the sort of resistance the Lords are likely to put up from Lord Mandelson on Andrew Marr’s Sunday morning show. Mandelson once more decided to rerun the referendum campaign arguments, claiming voters didn’t know what they were voting for, and should therefore have another referendum. Clearly, like his good friend Blair, they cannot accept that the public have disagreed with them – and that it was for the public to decide.

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PM May’s 12 point Brexit Plan

LabourLeave_150Brendan Chilton,

The government has taken the first steps to delivering the only type of Brexit that Leave voters have demanded all along; a clean, hard, quick, red, white and blue Brexit. But how well did the PM really do?

The Prime Minister warned that the EU will be torn into “tiny pieces” if it does not give Britain the deal it wants, insisting that she will walk away from negotiations with Brussels if they attempt to give Britain a “bad deal”.

Prime Minister May’s 12-point Brexit Plan:

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