Support for the Museum

Support for the Museum

Support for the Museum

"There is no better way to mark this struggle for national freedom than by supporting the Museum of Brexit. This will mark those modern patriots who took on European potentates and won, keeping alight the torch of British independence. The museum will also remind future generations and politicians not to betray the trust we give them nor surrender that sacred principle of sovereignty."

Robert Oulds, Bruges Group

 

“This is an excellent initiative which will serve as a reminder of the dangers of the metropolitan elite ignoring the wishes of the silent majority”

David Nuttall, Former MP for Bury North and Parliamentary Chairman of Better Off Out.

“The debate about the United Kingdom’s evolving relationship with its neighbours, and its place in the world, has been of critical national significance. We need to capture those records and stories for posterity.”

Lord Lawson

 

“An unprecedented and historic campaign deserves its own museum so future generations will know how this generation fought to take back control of our national destiny.”

Professor Gwythian Prins

 

“We are what we remember. To capture the memory of Brexit is to capture the spirit of Britain.”

Sir John Hayes MP

 

“Don’t let other people write your history for you. I urge everyone to get involved”

 

Gisela Stuart - former Labour MP and Chair of Change Britain

 

“The vote of 23 June, 2016, was a momentous event in the history of our country, marking the nation’s determination to re over its independence.  The Museum is a worthy venture and I am pleased to support it.”

Rt Hon David Jones, MP

 

“This is an important initiative and I warmly encourage everyone to contribute.”

Lord Owen

 

“The fight for national sovereignty is so important that we need to keep a record of the battle.”

Major General Julian Thompson

“The June 2016 EU referendum marks a crucial turning point in the UK’s history and it is surely right that it should be marked by bringing together a  comprehensive collection of all the materials and artefacts used to fight the closely fought referendum battle.”

John Mills - Businessman and prominent Labour donor

 

“Whichever way you voted in the Brexit Referendum it was undeniably a huge moment in British history and will reverberate through our politics for many years to come. It can only be right, therefore, that materials and memories surrounding the Referendum – and its build up and aftermath - are recorded and commemorated in a professional way.”

Andrew Lewer MBE, MP

“Brexit was not the result of a few weeks of skilful campaigning, but the outcome of decades of hard slog by a large numbers of individuals working to ensure that when the time came, the British people would be fully aware of what was at stake: Freedom, Independence and Democracy. This museum will tell that story and I am proud to be associated with it.”

Rupert Matthews, author and former MEP

 

"The museum will be an essential addition to our collective memory, of how the elite surrendered our self-government and the people regained it."

Rt Hon David Heathcoat-Amory, former Europe Minister and delegate to the Convention on the Future of Europe

Commemorating the British people’s struggle for independence from the EU is a worthy project, but the lasting legacy of Brexit will be our rediscovered sense of optimism, self-confidence and hope as we relaunch into the world as a proud, sovereign, re-energized nation once again.”

 

Philip Hollobone, MP

 

 

"Brexit - a defining moment in history - clearly deserves to be marked by a museum so let's all dig out suitable memorabilia for it."

Paul Nuttall, former MEP for the North West

"As one who campaigned against Britain's continuing Common Market membership at the 1975 referendum, and voted against the Single European Act in 1986, I have been involved in the vital struggle to recover Britain's national sovereignty.  Accordingly, I warmly salute this project to record the progress of a determined campaign which finally led to the historic vote in 2016."

Sir Gerald Howarth, former Defence minister

 

“Don’t throw anything away!”

Sir William (Bill) Cash, MP

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