Richard Tice and John Longworth
There are countless conflicting reports on what the Government’s immigration policy for EU citizens will look like beyond 2019.
It was announced this week that a detailed assessment of our future immigration policy will now take place and be completed by September 2018. This is not fast enough. The whole process needs to be accelerated.
Leave Means Leave produced a very detailed report of recommendations months ago, authored by Steven Woolfe MEP. We have sketched out at length how a fair, flexible and forward-thinking migration system can benefit British business and also bring overall net migration down to 50,000 per year. You can read the full report here.
Richard Tice & John Longworth
The Prime Minister has made the sensible decision to go to the people, mainly because Westminster has failed to unite behind the Brexit negotiations, as the other parties express their aims to delay and frustrate the process. This is damaging our negotiating leverage with Brussels and is against the national interest.
Leave Means Leave will be supporting those candidates who believe in a clean, swift Brexit and in delivering the will of the people, to ensure they are returned to the House of Commons.
By Richard Tice & John Longwroth
We have had an exciting week here at Leave Means Leave. On Sunday we launched our latest report: Immigration post-Brexit, a fair, flexible and forward-thinking immigration policy, authored by Steven Woolfe, the Independent MEP.
Steven’s report, which you can read here, calls for an immediate cut-off date for the indefinite right to remain of EU citizens and sets out a plan for reducing net-migration to 50,000 a year once we officially leave the EU.
Richard 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.
By 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.”
Telegraph: Theresa May faces rebellion as Tory MPs launch new ‘hard Brexit’ campaign
Theresa May is facing fresh unrest from Eurosceptic Tory MPs who are plotting a major campaign to push her into delivering a “hard Brexit”.
A new group, Leave Means Leave, launches today with the aim of getting the UK out of the EU’s single market, ending the influence of Brussels on British laws, and scrapping European “free movement” migration.
Read full story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/17/theresa-may-faces-rebellion-as-tory-mps-launch-new-hard-brexit-c/