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Briefings For Brexit – News in Brief

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Written by Graham Gudgin

You can read more about our launch and watch our television interviews by following these links. We will keep you updated on our work regularly.

Briefings For Brexit in the press:

You can read more about our launch and watch our television interviews by following these links. We will keep you updated on our work regularly.

Brainy Brits come out for Brexit

Nearly 40 leading intellectuals have launched a campaign to back Brexit, demanding an end to patronising “propaganda” that dismisses “leave” voters as “idiots”.
-The Times

Academics reject ‘low education’ Leave myth

A coalition of leading academics, including economists, lawyers, historians, scientists, and a former head of MI6, warn against “divisive” attempts to associate supporters of Britain’s departure from the EU with “low levels of education and information”.
-The Telegraph

Brainy people BACK Brexit: Academics unite in mission to defy claims it was only less educated Britons who voted to quit the EU

A coalition of academics went public today with a mission to prove it was not only less educated people who voted for Brexit.
-Daily Mail

Brainy Britons unite to SMASH Remoaner claims that ‘Brexiteers are idiots and like Nazis’

BREXIT voters have been slammed as “idiots” or likened to “Nazi war criminals” and a series of leading professionals have united to change the “commonplace misconception” that “undermines democratic legitimacy”, a new group have revealed.
-Express

BRAINY BREXIT Dozens of leading academics back Brexit in new campaign to end smears against ‘stupid’ Leaver

Briefings for Brexit will put forward the academic case for quitting the EU
-The Sun

Pro-Brexit fellows challenge academia’s ‘Remainer’ consensus with new campaign

Cambridge dons have formed Briefings for Brexit, a group of thinkers with a case for Brexit
-Vasity

 Videos:

BBC Daily Politics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKZfcqXWLro

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-43117896/renew-party-launch-as-academics-form-briefings-for-brexit

 

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