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Change Britain
""Change Britain logo.svg
Formation 10 September 2016 (2016-09-10)
Purpose "UK withdrawal from the EU
Headquarters 10 Greycoat Place
Location
  • United Kingdom
Key people
"Gisela Stuart (Chair)
"Robert Salisbury
"Maurice Glasman
"Boris Johnson
Website changebritain.org

Change Britain is a "pressure group in the United Kingdom set up by leaders of the "Vote Leave campaign after the "2016 Referendum, in which 51.9% of voters voted in favour of leaving the European Union. Its stated aim is "to campaign for a Brexit which takes back control of our laws, borders, money and trade".[1]

History[edit]

Change Britain was founded as a successor to the "Vote Leave campaign, with support from many of its key figureheads including "Labour MP "Gisela Stuart (Chair) and "Conservative MP and "Foreign Secretary "Boris Johnson.[2] The group had attracted criticism for seemingly dropping Vote Leave's pledge to increase spending on the "NHS,[3][4] but chairwoman of both organisations, Gisela Stuart, reaffirmed this pledge in a speech to the "House of Commons.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Who Is Change Britain". Retrieved 20 November 2017. Change Britain was set up by leading members of Vote Leave to campaign for a Brexit which takes back control of our laws, borders, money and trade. 
  2. ^ Walker, Peter; Helm, Toby. "Boris Johnson backs Brexit pressure campaign Change Britain". "The Guardian. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  3. ^ Bulman, May. "Brexit: Vote Leave camp abandon £350m-a-week NHS vow in Change Britain plans". "The Independent. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  4. ^ Toby Helm (2016-09-10). "Brexit camp abandons £350m-a-week NHS funding pledge | Politics". The Guardian. Retrieved 2017-02-23. 
  5. ^ Stuart, Gisela (31 January 2017). "European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Hansard Online". House of Commons Hansard. London. Retrieved 18 March 2017. 
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