Single Market

Change Britain action day sees activists deliver 100,000 leaflets

Change Britain’s supporters delivered 100,000 leaflets as part of the Action Day on Saturday 21 January.   70 campaign teams delivered 100,000 leaflets across England explaining the facts on the Single Market and Customs Union.   In addition to the leaflet teams, Change Britain’s supporters ran 45 street stalls. Speaking after the Action Day, Gisela Stuart MP, [...]

January 26th, 2017|Brexit, Customs Union, Gisela Stuart, Single Market|

Prime Minister’s bold Brexit vision receives business backing

Figures including Peter Cruddas, founder of CMC Markets, and Luke Johnson, entrepreneur and chairman of Patisserie Valerie, have made clear they believe the UK has an exciting future after we leave the EU, and that the Prime Minister’s vision of a strong, outward looking nation will help deliver this. Theresa May’s announcement that the UK [...]

January 17th, 2017|Brexit, Customs Union, Democracy, Single Market, Trade|

Leave the EU’s single market and customs union to boost UK by £450 million a week

New research by Change Britain shows that a huge £24 billion a year prize is on offer if the UK Government pursues a ‘clean Brexit’ and decides to leave the EU’s single market and customs union. The UK would be over £450 million a week better off through a mixture of taking back control of [...]

December 27th, 2016|Brexit, Customs Union, Economy, EU Budget, Single Market, Trade|

Leaving the EU’s single market will give us stronger powers over prisoner deportation

Responding to comments by Michael Spurr, Chief Executive of the National Offender Management Service, that only 102 EU prisoners have been returned under prisoner transfer agreements, Change Britain founding supporter Dominic Raab said: 'EU rules have made it both easier for criminals to come into Britain, and harder for us to remove them. We can [...]

November 29th, 2016|Brexit, Security, Single Market|

Britain faces extra £850m bill if we stay in EU’s single market

Figures released by the EU in the early hours of Thursday morning reveal that the EU is preparing to bust the budget limit it agreed with David Cameron in February 2013. The UK could also be forced to pay hundreds of millions of pounds extra into the EU budget by 2020 if we remain in [...]

November 18th, 2016|Brexit, Economy, EU Budget, Single Market|