The Freedom Association's 'Better Off Out' campaign has today published six essays that present the positive benefits of a clean Brexit - not just for the UK, but also for free trade across the Commonwealth and the world.
There are contributions from Ruth Lea CBE, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group; Daniel Moylan, Former adviser to Boris Johnson as Mayor of London; Chloe Westley, Campaign Manager, TaxPayers' Alliance; Andrea Jenkyns MP, Conservative, Morley and Outwood; Ross Thomson MP, Conservative, Aberdeen South; and Chloe Schendel-Wilson, former Parliamentary researcher and Conservative activist.
They cover the economic benefits of a clean Brexit, why London will prosper in a post-Brexit world, the Brexit benefits for trade with the Commonwealth, and the Brexit opportunities for Scotland
Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns for The Freedom Association, said:
"The historic vote on 23rd June 2016 - the largest democratic vote in the history of the United Kingdom - saw more than 17.4 million people vote for a brighter future. They voted to take back control. They wanted decisions affecting their lives taken here in these islands, not by remote control in Brussels by the anti-democratic European Union.
"Sadly, Theresa May and most of her ministers regard Brexit as a damage limitation exercise. They do not see the opportunities Brexit presents. This lack of vision resulted in the crushing 230-vote defeat on 15th January.
"These six essays highlight why so many voted for a clean break from Brussels and why it is important Theresa May now pivots and delivers the Brexit so many people want".
Head of Campaigns
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