Vote Leave Watch is a grassroots campaign dedicated to holding the Vote Leave campaign and their allies to account for the overblown, misleading claims they made during the UK's 2016 referendum on our membership of the European Union. We will do so in the interests of all voters, from the 48% who feel devastated by the result, to the 52% who will want to see if the promises made to them are fulfilled.

On 23rd June the UK voted narrowly to leave the EU. We accept that result and hope the Government can negotiate the best possible deal for Britain with our European partners. In the referendum campaign, Leave campaigners made a series of pledges: they promised that leaving would not damage our economy or hit the living standards of working people; they promised that Brexit would create an extra £350 million a week to be spent on our NHS; they promised that Britain could negotiate a deal with the EU which would retain full market access while allowing us to restrict EU immigration; and much more.

Vote Leave Watch will hold the Leave campaigners to account on these promises, and the many others they made. In exposing the gaps between the rhetoric of the Vote Leave campaigns and the reality of what a Brexit means for the UK, we hope to bring those who voted Remain and those who voted Leave together to help forge a national consensus on a way forward for the UK. But we need your help to do so.

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