Vote Leave - backed by Boris Johnson and Michael Gove - beat rival campaign Grassroots Out, supported by UKIP leader Nigel Farage, to become designated as the official Leave campaign in the EU referendum
On its campaign website it states:
'Technological and economic forces are changing the world fast. EU institutions
cannot cope. We have lost control of vital policies. This is damaging. We need a new
relationship. What should it be?
'We negotiate a new UK-EU deal based on free trade and friendly cooperation. We end
the supremacy of EU law. We regain control. We stop sending £350 million every week
to Brussels and instead spend it on our priorities, like the NHS and science research.
'We regain our seats on international institutions like the World Trade Organisation so
we are a more influential force for free trade and international cooperation.
'A vote to 'leave' and a better, friendlier relationship with the EU is much safer than
giving Brussels more power and money every year.'