Who: Leave.eu & Various Sources
“For many European politicians, European integration is something they continue to pursue with relentless zeal. Yet rather than bringing countries ‘ever closer’, the euro is creating ever greater divergences between economies, and exacerbating the under-performance of ‘sub-prime’ EU members.”(1)
THE CASE FOR A #FREEBRITAIN
"There are two choices in this referendum, we either want to be part of an ever closer union, integrating ever further (or as Hollande calls it 'strengthen[ing] Europe') or voting to leave to become a proud, independent nation once again.
This is the fundamental failure of those who argue that an increasingly uneasy EU membership, in which we try forever to mitigate the undemocratic and economically damaging careen towards an artificial country, is somehow a route to a happy partnership with our European neighbours. I say, why be an awkward lodger in the EU house, when we could be a friendly trading neighbour, freeing all involved to live as they choose? We need to be standing on our own feet once again. Those wanting us to stay in may not believe we can but I think as the 5th largest economy in the world we can do so just fine, and will do if we vote to leave."
Steven Woolfe MEP