Earlier today, as the above clip shows, Andrew Neil and the BBC’s Sunday Politics took the Co-Executive Director of Open Britain (the continuity Remain campaign) to task on their claim (in the video below) that Leave campaigners suggested during the referendum that we wouldn’t leave the Single Market… Leave campaigners during the referendum promised that we wouldn’t leave the Single Market. So why are they saying there’s a mandate now? pic.twitter.com/kJOtmxm9HL — Open Britain (@Open_Britain) November 17, 2016 Open Britain were shown to have clipped the views of Leave campaigners like Owen Paterson MP, Vote Leave’s Matthew Elliott and Nigel Farage MEP to support their narrative that Britain must remain a member of the Single Market post-Brexit. However, the extended, unedited clips were revealed by the programme to show the Leave campaigners adamant that Britain post-Brexit would have to leave the Single Market, in order to be more free and more prosperous and take back control of our borders – whilst maintaining free trade links with our European partners. Open Britain have been shown to be dishonest and underhand with their grotesque distortion of the views of prominent Leave campaigners. This deceitful video has been proven to be an unadulterated misrepresentation of all those it features and Mr McGrory and his campaign should withdraw it immediately.