Monday, 25 September 2017


Parties come together to campaign for a ‘positive’ leave vote
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The Free Markets Free Nations group’s campaign is a collaboration of free market political parties and other organisations focused on highlighting the positives of ending the UK’s membership of the European Union. Whilst many groups are focused on many of the negative effects of being part of the EU, as proponents of the Free Market, our view is focused on the opportunities that would exist after a leave vote as well as a belief that the UK would be much better served by a return to the Free Trade agreements that made up the origins of the body that has become the European Union.
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VOTE LEAVE!
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The positive reasons for leaving the EU include, being free to create additional free trade areas such as a commonwealth free trade area or an Anglophone free trade area, having the freedom to remove VAT from products that are deemed essentials, and the ability to create environments where businesses are free to focus on serving customer needs rather than worrying about every more intrusive supranational legislation.
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CONSENSUS
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Initially, this is a collaboration of the Libertarian Party, National Liberal Party and the Friend’s Party. You can join the FB group just set up to debate and promote
https://www.facebook.com/freemarketsfreenations/ If any other groups wish to join please e-mail to natliberal@aol.com or FMFN@adamgbrown.com.
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