Leave Means Leave Rally – rewind and look again

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Leave Means Leave Rally – Rewind and look again.  A full house for the Leave campaign held in Westminster not far from the House of Commons.  Esther McVey MP closed the meeting with a rousing speech urging Leavers to continue the battle for the best deal to take the country out of the EU.  

SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Nigel Farage, Iain Duncan Smith. Esther McVey, Kate Hoey, Sir Rocco Forte and Wetherspoon’s Chairman Tim Martin.

Nigel Farage, the former leader of the UK Independence Party, and current Vice-Chairman of the pro-Brexit organisation Leave Means Leave, is at the London rally.  It has been  organised by the group. The event is being staged just two days after MPs rejected a Brexit deal Prime Minister Theresa May’s negotiated with the European Union.

Leave Means Leave is the leading cross-party campaign for a clean, swift exit from the European Union.

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3 Responses to “Leave Means Leave Rally – rewind and look again”

  1. D Hoolihan January 19, 2019 at 9:50 am #

    As we heard Major ranting on Radio 4 earlier, about the consequences of leaving the EU, is it not time for Leavers to emphasise the consequences of staying in the EU by highlighting our massive financial contributions now and anticipated in the future? Also the implications on the UK of the Lisbon Treaty in areas such as future fishing agreements, the army, the Pound, the Euro, parliament and the ECJ etc etc.
    To reverse “project (genuine) fear” on remoaners, plus the so called millions of young ones who couldn’t vote in the last Referendum, may enable them to grasp the reality of the negative aspects of staying in the EU.

  2. David January 19, 2019 at 4:13 pm #

    Outstanding! IDS was inspirational…


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