Brexit endorsements explained by Wikipedia – The London Economic

Brexit endorsements explained by Wikipedia

While everyone else has been busy mudslinging, Wikipedia has produced a very balanced list of everyone who has made an endorsement during this EU referendum:

Endorsements in the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016

Here are some highlights…

BREMAIN

BREXIT

International Politicians

President of the USA

Prime Minister of Canada

Prime Minister of Norway

President of China

Prime Minister of India

Prime Minister of Japan

Prime Minister of Bangladesh

Prime Minister of New Zealand

NATO

G7

G20

The European Union

Donald Trump

Vladimir Putin (said he would “shed no tears”)

Marine Le Pen and the National Front (France)

Geert Wilders and the Party for Freedom (Netherlands)

Jimmie Åkesson and the Sweden Democracts

 

British Politicians

463 MPs

– 171 Conservative

– 218 Labour

– 54 SNP

– 8 Lib Dem

– 4 Sinn Fein

– 3 SDLP

– 3 Plaid Cymru

– 1 Green

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Leader of the Conservatives

Leader of Labour

Leader of SNP

Leader of Lib Dems

Leader of Greens

Leader of Plaid Cymru

Leader of Sinn Fein

Leader of UUP

Leader of Alliance

150 MPs

– 131 Conservatives

– 10 Labour

– 8 DUP

– 1 UKIP

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Leader of UKIP

Leader of BNP

Leader of Britain First

Leader of EDL

Leader of DUP

Leader of Communist Party

Leader of Respect Party

Environmental Organisations

RSPB

WWF

The Wildlife Trusts

Friends of the Earth

Greenpeace

Surfers Against Sewage

Global Justice Now

 

 

Economic Organisations

Governor of the Bank of England

International Monetary Fund

Institute for Fiscal Studies

Confederation of British Industry

World Trade Organisation

World Bank

Business Organisations

47% of small/medium business (FSB)

80% of big business (CBI)

33% of FTSE 100 chief executives

42% of small/medium business (FSB)

5% of big business (CBI)

0% of FTSE 100 chief executives

Businesses

Airbus Group

Asda

Aviva

BAE Systems

BlackRock

BMW

Bombardier

Burberry

BT

Caterpillar

Clifford Chance

Diageo

EasyJet

Ford Motor Company

Fujitsu

Gatwick Airport

Heathrow Airport

Hewlett-Packard Enterprises

IBM

JPMorgan

Kingfisher

Marks & Spencer

Mars

Microsoft

Moy Park

Rio Tinto

Rolls-Royce

Shell

Ryanair

Toyota

TransferWise

Vauxhall Motors

Virgin

Whitbread

Aspall Cider

JCB

Tate and Lyle

Wetherspoons

Newspapers

Belfast Telegraph

Birmingham Mail

British Medical Journal

Daily Mirror

Daily Record

Farmers Weekly

Financial Times

The Economist

The Guardian

The Herald

The Independent

The Irish News

The Journal

The Lancet

Liverpool Echo

London Evening Standard

The Mail on Sunday

Manchester Evening News

The National

Nature

New Statesman

The Observer

The Scotsman

Sunday Herald

Sunday Mail

Sunday Mirror

Sunday People

The Times

The Voice

Western Mail

Daily Express

Daily Mail

The Daily Telegraph

MoneyWeek

Morning Star

The News Letter

The Spectator

Spiked

The Sun

The Sun on Sunday

Sunday Express

Sunday Sport

The Sunday Telegraph

The Sunday Times

 

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