LEADING THE WAY OUT OF THE EU

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We are today launching a campaign to encourage Piers Morgan to run for the Brexit Party in the forthcoming European elections, scheduled to be held on 23 May.

Over the last two and a half years Piers has been a fierce defender of our referendum vote. Like a true democrat he says the will of the people should be respected and delivered upon – and he has absolutely no time for Remoaner politicians demanding a second vote, or Project Fear liars telling us we can’t leave the EU without a deal.

We’ve assembled some of his greatest hits below.

We think Piers put it best in his recent Spectator column, when he said:

“What’s going on now is a disgrace: a House of Commons packed with Remainer MPs trying everything in its power to reverse the 2016 result or dilute Brexit so much that it ceases to resemble anything that Leavers voted for. I find this assault on our democracy far more sinister than anything that might befall us in the event of a no-deal departure from Europe…”

You can encourage his candidacy by signing our petition calling on him to stand.

The time is perfect for Piers to get involved. Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party will be officially launching this Friday in Coventry, followed by major events in Birmingham and Eastbourne to kick off the European elections campaign.

Today Theresa May will gleefully accept a long delay to Brexit. That makes another set of European elections, which we’ve long predicted, inevitable. Let’s make the most of it by sending a message to the Establishment and electing 73 MEPs like Piers Morgan who aren’t afraid to tell it like it is!

You can sign up to attend one of the upcoming Brexit Party events by clicking here or the picture below.

And finally, we’re also pleased to have more news to report about our ongoing campaign to deselect the worst Tory Remoaners in parliament. We’ve already had loads of success, forcing Anna Soubry, Sarah Wollaston, Heidi Allen, and Nick Boles out of the Conservative Party and bringing about a confidence vote against Dominic Grieve in Beaconsfield – which he lost.

We can now also confirm that sufficient signatures have been collected in David Gauke’s constituency of South West Hertfordshire, where a Special General Meeting will be called soon, and we are very close to that point in Phillip Lee’s Bracknell constituency too.

If you’re a Conservative member in Bracknell and you haven’t been in touch so far, help us get the petition over the line by registering with the deselection campaignTogether we can hold our unrepresentative MPs to account!