Leave Means Leave Campaign Needs Your Support More Than Ever

LEAVEMEANSLEAVEBy Richard Tice, Leave Means Leave Campaign

“The battle to ensure Britain has a clean break from the EU is far from over and attempts to thwart Brexit by unpatriotic remoaners will continue, as Nicola Sturgeon’s demand for a second referendum before the UK leaves the EU demonstrates.

This week has been an important week in the process of Britain becoming an independent nation once more. The Queen has given Royal Assent to the Brexit Bill which clears the way for the Prime Minister to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations with the EU.

We have faced a huge uphill battle to get to the point whereby Article 50 can be triggered.

There has been a coordinated attempt by anti-democracy campaigners to delay and frustrate Brexit but getting to this point is a significant milestone in ensuring the result of the referendum is delivered in full.

The battle to ensure Britain has a clean break from the EU is far from over and attempts to thwart Brexit by unpatriotic remoaners will continue, as Nicola Sturgeon’s demand for a second referendum before the UK leaves the EU demonstrates.

Leave Means Leave will continue to do everything we can to secure a swift, clean exit from the EU and would be grateful if you could encourage your friends to join us today.

Kind regards,

Richard Tice 
Co-Chairman

We need your help to ensure the Government delivers the clean, swift Brexit we all voted for. Ask your friends to join our campaign today. 

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Yes, the UK is ready to trigger Article 50
Leave Means Leave supporter Theresa Villiers told Sky News this week that Britain is ready to trigger Article 50. She said it is important that we press on with implementing the result of the referendum.

Brexit will enable us to empower local fishing communities

Writing for Brexit Central this week, Leave Means Leave Board Member Owen Paterson MP looked at the huge opportunity Brexit will bring Britain’s fishing communities.

The former Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs described the Common Fisheries Policy as a “biological, environmental, economic and social disaster”. He said that when we leave the EU, fishermen and politicians can work together to develop a bespoke British policy tailored to our marine environment.

You can read his excellent article here.

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There is no Brexit cliff (Sun)Help us spread the word. Forward this email to five friends today. 

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