Campaign for an Independent Britain

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The Campaign for an Independent Britain is an organisation calling for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. They are a sister organization of the Freedom Association.

The campaign for an Independent Britain is cross-party, non-sectarian and non-racist. Although it has both Conservative and Labour MPs and Peers among its officers, most of its members are ordinary people from all over the country. The campaign was formed in 1976 as the Safeguard Britain Campaign. Its name was changed to British Anti-Common Market Campaign in 1983 and changed again in 1989 to Campaign for an Independent Britain, which exactly states our purpose.

Affiliated Bodies

Board

Accessed July 2014: [1]

Vice Chairman

Vice Presidents

Former Officers

Patrons

Accessed July 2014: [2]

PEERS OF THE REALM

MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

BUSINESSMEN and WOMEN

INTELLECTUALS

Contact

The Campaign for an Independent Britain
81 Ashmole Street,
London,
SW8 1NF
Telephone 020 8340 0314
Fax 020 7582 7021

http://www.bullen.demon.co.uk/

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References

  1. Campaign for an Independent Britain Officers, organizational web page, accessed July 14, 2014.
  2. Campaign for an Independent Britain Patrons, organizational web page, accessed July 14, 2014.