Leaving EU referendum

Listed below are the many websites of organisations supporting the move to leave E.U. campaign.

Members come from across the board, Conservatives, Labour, Greens. All are of the same opinion as we at UKIP.

We will be better outside than inside the EU.

How much can the parties spend?

The Conservatives have the highest spending limit – £7 million – because they received the most votes at the general election.

Labour is limited to £5.5 million.

UKIP £4 million and the Lib Dems £3 million.

The SNP, Greens, Plaid Cymru and other parties that received less than 5% of votes cast in May will be limited to £700,000.

Leave.EU: Click here:

Grassroots Out – GO!: Click here:

Vote Leave: Click here:

Business for Britain: Click here:

Labour Leave: Click here:

Conservatives for Britain: Click here:

Better off Out: Click here:

The Bruges Group: Click here:

Get Britain Out: Click here:

Campaign for an Independent Britain: Click here:

Free Britain:  Click here:
Provides a list of Eurosceptic organisations

EU Referendum – Who’s who guide Click here:

EU referendum campaign groups: who’s In and who’s Out? Click here:

 

 

 

 

 

EU Referendum Debate

Should the UK remain part of the European Union?

When:
Tuesday, 15 March 2016 from 19:00 to 20:30 (GMT)

WHERE:
Emmanuel Centre – London SW1P 3DW GB – View Map

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Join former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, head of the Labour Yes campaign Alan Johnson, Eurosceptic peer and president of the Conservatives for Britain campaign Lord Nigel Lawson, and Leader of the UK Independence Party Nigel Farage hosted by the Guardian’s incoming political editor Anushka Asthana.

2016 is set to be the decisive year for the UK’s position in Europe. With Cameron on course to reach a deal at the crucial EU summit in February, the Prime Minister has hinted the referendum on membership of the EU could be called as early as June 2016. As the different campaigns gear up, the Guardian brings together the key commentators on both sides of the debate as we discuss the future of the UK in Europe.

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