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Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary

In the EU referendum campaign, he promised:

·       To spend £350 million more a week on the NHS

·       To create 300,000 new jobs by signing “bold new trade deals with growing economies around the world”

·       To “scrap” VAT on household energy bills

·       To reclaim £2.36bn of taxpayers’ money lost to tax avoidance

·       To “continue to fund EU projects in the UK until 2020”

 

David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union

In the EU referendum campaign, he promised: 

·       That economic growth “will be up not down” when we leave

·       That Britain will get “a full scale free trade agreement” with the EU

·       That “all of the EU’s current spending in the UK” would continue after a Brexit vote

·       That “our food imports would be cheaper” outside the EU

 

Liam Fox, Secretary of State for International Trade

In the EU referendum campaign, he promised: 

·       To spend £350 million more a week on the NHS

 

Andrea Leadsom, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

In the EU referendum campaign, she promised: 

·       To “absolutely continue in the short term” to provide subsidies to farmers they currently get from the EU

·       To retain EU rules that protect workers’ rights

 

Priti Patel, Secretary of State for International Development

In the EU referendum campaign, she promised: 

·       To spend £350 million more a week on the NHS

·       To “fund an additional 100,000 primary school places”

·       To stop “staggering amounts” of tax avoidance

·       To “continue to fund EU programmes in the UK until 2020”

 

Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport

In the EU referendum campaign, he promised:

·       To increase junior doctors’ pay

·       To “continue to fund EU programmes in the UK until 2020”

·       To “abolish the 5% rate of VAT on household energy bills”

·       To “immediately” start negotiating trade deals with countries around the world