How did Vote Leave win the EU Referendum?
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Vote Leave on how Leave side won UK's EU referendum

It is one month since Britain voted to leave the EU, with a result that surprised many pollsters, pundits and voters.

Vote Leave's chief executive, Matthew Elliott, gives his account of how the referendum was won, and he hears from the body's vice-chair Gisela Stuart, its treasurer Peter Cruddas and pollster Martin Bloom.

It follows a film where a Remain campaigner reflected on what went wrong for their side.

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