Leave campaigners: let’s stay in the single market

Leave campaigners now say that leaving the EU must mean leaving the Single Market but that is not what they used to say.

Daniel Hannan: “Absolutely nobody is talking about threatening our place in the Single Market

Norway are in the Single Market, but not in the European Union.

Nigel Farage: “Wouldn’t it be terrible if we were like Norway and Switzerland? Really?

Daniel Hannan: “Outstandingly Norway.

Nigel Farage: “They’re rich.

Owen Paterson: “Because only a madman would actually leave the Single Market.

Nigel Farage: “They’re happy.

Luke Johnson: “We have a great independent future just as countries like Norway and Switzerland enjoy.

Nigel Farage: “They’re self-governing.

Daniel Hannan: “Norway, Switzerland, all these countries have complete free trade within the EU, and by the way I can’t help noticing that they’re doing pretty well.

Nigel Farage: “And people say, ‘well actually, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland do pretty well.’

Matthew Elliott: “The Norwegian option, the EEA option, I think that it might be initially attractive. Some business people.

Nigel Farage: “You know, the Norwegians have no ties in terms of foreign policy with the European Union, no ties in terms of their fishing industry where they have a 200 mile limit. They are opted out and exempted from all the things that really make the British mad.

Arron Banks: “Increasingly the Norway option looks the best for the UK.

Nigel Farage: “We’ll find ourselves part of their European Economic Area, and with a free trade deal.

Daniel Hannan: “But, to repeat, absolutely nobody is talking about threatening our place in the Single Market.

Let’s not pretend there is a mandate to leave the Single Market

Source: Open Britain

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