Leave Means Leave: May’s plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland has been categorically rejected by the EU

Richard Tice & John Longworth, Co-ChairmenLEAVEMEANSLEAVE

After five rounds of technical negotiations, Theresa May’s plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland has been categorically rejected by the EU as they inform us that unless we stay firmly put inside the customs union, a hard border is the only foreseeable option.

This issue has been shamelessly manipulated by the EU who feel they can gain advantage from it.

So long as both Ireland and the UK continue to check persons coming to their islands why should the arrangements between the two not continue? Only mendaciousness on the part of the EU and culpable foolishness on the part of Ireland, would dictate a different outcome.
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Leave Means Leave: CBI go into full on Remain campaign

LEAVEMEANSLEAVEBy Richard Tice & John Longworth

Once again the CBI have taken a swipe at Brexit as they released another damning report this week. Their report, ‘Smooth Operations’, protects the vested interests of global multi-nationals at the expense of the approximately 90 per cent of the UK economy that does not export to the EU. It is extraordinary that this business lobby group wants to keep a load of unnecessary EU regulations that stifle growth and innovation, which will thus reduce wage growth potential for UK workers.

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Urgent Appeal: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP Recognises The Danger Of Imminent Brexit Betrayal

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This week marks one year to go until Brexit – and yet Remain campaigners have still not given up on their attempts to trap us inside the European Union.

They want us to go crawling back to Brussels – in what would be the biggest humiliation since Suez. A betrayal of this kind would be the most almighty smash to the national psyche that could be imagined.

Suez infused throughout the body politic the view that the best Britain could do was to manage decline.

Remainers are part of this culture. They think poor little Blighty must shelter itself from the winds of global competition by hiding behind the protective, albeit crumbling, walls of Fortress Europe. They couldn’t be more wrong.

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Brexit is an extraordinary opportunity to take back control of our laws, borders and money – and to look beyond the confines of a shrinking European economy. In particular, controlling unskilled EU migration will boost living standards for the least well off by up to 15 per cent.

But despite our historic vote for change and independence in 2016, the battle is not yet won – and Leave Means Leave needs your support more than ever. Help us secure the clean, swift Brexit you voted for – and defeat the Remainers who do not believe in Britain.

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You can read my speech marking one year to go until Brexit here.
Kind regards,

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP

Full text: Jacob Rees-Mogg’s speech at the Leave Means Leave event, ‘Brexit – One Year To Go’


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Leave Means Leave: “Brussels must end their campaign of threats, scaremongering and bullying”

Richard Tice & John LongworthLEAVEMEANSLEAVE

Leave Means Leave have sent Monsieurs Juncker, Barnier, Tusk and Verhofstadt a letter demanding that Brussels must end their campaign of threats, scaremongering and bullying, in a warning that Europe should not push us around. The letter confirms that if the EU carry on in this manner, we will have no choice but to leave without a deal and revert to WTO terms, an arrangement that is acceptable for the UK but that would be bad for the rest of the EU bloc.

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Leave Means Leave: Donald Tusk is the biggest cherry picker of them all!

LEAVEMEANSLEAVERichard Tice & John Longworth Co-Chairmen Leave Means Leave

The EU’s draft negotiating lines released this week revealed a demand for continued access to the UK’s fishing waters in return for 0 per cent tariffs on goods. We are absolutely clear – Britain must take back control of her fishing waters and this is a Red Line. Donald Tusk’s proposal are completely unacceptable and show that, in fact, he is the biggest cherry picker of them all!

It was encouraging to hear George Eustice MP, the Fisheries Minister, reinstate the Government’s commitment to leaving the Common Fisheries Policy in March 2019, but fisheries must not be used as a pawn in the EU’s political board game. The Government must make it clear to the EU that Britain will accept nothing less than full sovereignty over our waters.

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Leave Means Leave: Write a letter (much more effective than an email) to Tory rebel MPs

LEAVEMEANSLEAVELeave Means Leave supporter Lord Lamont succinctly categorised the reasons as to why the UK will prosper outside of the customs union in the House of Lords debate on the EU Withdrawal Bill. Outside the customs union, the UK will be able to significantly lower the prices of food, clothing and footwear, benefiting the poorest in society. We can enjoy free trade deals with countries all around the world, including the EU. We can create Free Ports around the country which will create thousands of manufacturing jobs, something the customs union prohibits.

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Leave Means Leave: “A Very Worrying Week”

LEAVEMEANSLEAVEFrom Leave Means Leave Campaign, www.leavemeansleave.eu

“The Treasury and the IMF have been made to look extremely foolish”

It has been a busy week with lots of Brexit developments. Unfortunately, most of them are very worrying.

A report – almost certainly leaked by the Treasury – unsurprisingly predicted doom and gloom when Britain leaves the EU. Given the key role the Treasury played in Project Fear and the fact their projections have been so wildly inaccurate, these reports are completely discredited and should be ignored.

Far wiser economists have dismantled the gloomy predictions of a post-Brexit economic crash and have forecast that the UK’s economy could see a Brexit boost of £135 billion a year.

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Leave Means Leave: Weekly Update

LEAVEMEANSLEAVERichard Tice & John Longworth

Britain must be able to take back control of its borders and implement a fairer immigration system that doesn’t discriminate against non-EU citizens, as set out in Steven Woolfe’s immigration report ‘Immigration post-Brexit – A fair, flexible and forward-thinking immigration policy.’

It  gives the UK an opportunity to upskill British workers. We currently have 800,000 young people aged 16 – 24 who are not in employment, education or training because of the availability of cheap labour from the EU. Brexit allows us to change this.

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Restrictive Transition Period Means UK Loses Trade Opportunities

LEAVEMEANSLEAVERichard Tice & John Longworth

The Government’s proposal for a transitional customs arrangement are more like a tunnel with only a dim light at the end, rather than a springboard to grasp future opportunities. It is not clear what lies on the other side or how long we are to be left in limbo. Britain should not be limited to just negotiating trade deals with the rest of the world during the transitional period – we must be able to implement them.

Brexit gives the UK the chance to rebalance the economy – we cannot allow Brussels to stop the UK from benefiting from the economic opportunities of Brexit.

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