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ヴォウト・リーヴ(英語: Vote Leave、離脱に投票を)は、イギリスの欧州連合離脱是非を問う国民投票にともない、欧州連合からの離脱に賛成のキャンペーンを展開している超党派の団体。 ヴォウト・リーヴの活動はボリス・ジョンソンやナイジェル・ローソンなどからも支持されている。 Vote Leave is a campaigning organisation that supported a "Leave" vote in the 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum. On 13 April 2016 it was designated by the Electoral Commission as the official campaign in favour of leaving the European Union in the Referendum. Vote Leave was founded in October 2015 by political strategists Matthew Elliott and Dominic Cummings as a cross-party campaign. It involved Members of Parliament from the Conservative Party, Labour Party and the sole UKIP MP, Douglas Carswell along with MEP Daniel Hannan and Conservative peer Lord Lawson. Labour MP Gisela Stuart served as chairman and Leader of the Vote Leave Campaign Committee as Co-Convenor with Michael Gove MP, of the Conservatives. The campaign was also supported by a number of prominent politicians; including outgoing Mayor of London Boris Johnson, who became a key figurehead for the Vote Leave campaign. A number of Vote Leave principals, including Douglas Carswell, Michael Gove, Bernard Jenkin and Anne-Marie Trevelyan, were also members of the influential IPSA resourced European Research Group. Vote Leave co-operated with Labour Leave, Conservatives for Britain and Business for Britain throughout the referendum campaign. At the referendum held on Thursday 23 June 2016, the majority of those who voted, voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, which was equivalent to a 51.9% share of the vote (a 3.8% margin); which set into motion the steps to be taken for British withdrawal from the European Union. In September 2016, Change Britain was formed to act as a successor organisation. On 23 June and over the following days, both Vote Leave and its rival organisation, "Britain Stronger in Europe", were excoriated by sections of the media and academia for a campaign described by the Electoral Reform Society as "dire", which left the public seriously lacking proper information. On 17 July 2018, Vote Leave was fined £61,000 and referred to police for breaking electoral spending laws. Vote Leave é uma organização não governamental fundada em outubro de 2015, para organizar a campanha pela saída do Reino Unido no referendo realizado em junho de 2016. Formado por vários partidos políticos, incluindo o partido Conservador, Trabalhista e Independência, que possuem representação no Parlamento, o Vote Leave foi designada pela Comissão Eleitoral como organizadora oficial da campanha pela saída no referento, em 13 de abril de 2016. A deputada trabalhista Gisela Stuart foi instituida como presidente da organização, e Michael Grove o CEO. A organização é financiada pelo ex-tesoureiro do Partido Conservador Peter Cruddas, e pelo apoiador do Partido Trabalhista John Mills. No referendo sobre a permanência do Reino Unido na União Europeia, realizado em 2016, a maioria da população britânica, 51,9%, votou para que a Grã-Bretanha saísse do bloco econômico. Isso significa que a campanha do Vote Leave saiu vitorioso. « Vote Leave » est le nom de la plus importante des organisations politiques créée au Royaume-Uni (en octobre 2015) pour soutenir les votes en faveur du Brexit lors d’un Référendum sur l'appartenance du Royaume-Uni à l'Union européenne. Le 13 avril 2016, dans le cadre d'une campagne multipartite, cette organisation a été désignée par la comme l’organisation officielle de campagne en faveur de la sortie de l'Union européenne lors du référendum. Les fondateurs de Vote Leave sont deux stratèges politiques : Matthew Elliott et Dominic Cummings. Ils ont associé des députés du Parti conservateur, du Parti travailliste et un unique député de l’UKIP (Douglas Carswell), ainsi que de l'eurodéputé Daniel Hannan et de son homologue conservateur et climatosceptique Lord Lawson. La députée travailliste Gisela Stuart a co-présidé et co-organisé puis présidée la campagne avec le député conservateurs Michael Gove. Le maire sortant de Londres Boris Johnson est rapidement devenu figure de proue de la campagne de Vote Leave. Des directeurs de vote, dont Douglas Carswell, Michael Gove, Bernard Jenkin et Anne-Marie Trevelyan, étaient tous membres de l'influent (doté en ressources par l'IPSA ; l'IPSA est l', une autorité indépendante crée par la loi de 2009 sur les normes parlementaires, en grande partie pour répondre au scandale des dépenses parlementaires de 2009).Tout au long de la campagne référendaire, Vote Leave a coopéré avec les trois groupes de campagnes eurosceptiques et pro-Brexit de , du et le parti des affaires pour la Grande-Bretagne (Business for Britain).Au référendum (du jeudi 23 juin 2016), la majorité des votants ont opté pour le Brexit (51,9% des voix) et en septembre 2016, un parti dénommé « » a été créé pour succéder à « Vote Leave ». Le 23 juin et les jours suivants, « Vote Leave » et son organisation rivale, « », ont été critiqués par de nombreux médias et universitaires pour une campagne qualifiée de "désastreuse" par l' Electoral Reform Society, en raison de manque grave d'informations appropriées données au grand-public, voire de désinformations. Le 17 juillet 2018, « Vote Leave" a été condamné à une amende de 61 000 £ pour infraction aux lois électorales (plafond de dépense dépassé). Et une enquête a été ouverte par police pour d’éventuelles autres illégalités ; et il est apparu que dans le cadre du scandale Facebook-Cambridge Analytica, de nombreux votes ont été influencés, via les réseaux sociaux, par des messages ciblés, construits sur la base de profils psychologiques, selon des techniques inspirées de la guerre psychologique. Les messages étaient créés par la société canadienne AggregateIQ, sur la base de millions de données personnelle volée par Cambridge Analytica dans les comptes d’utilisateurs de Facebook.
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Vote Leave is a campaigning organisation that supported a "Leave" vote in the 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum. On 13 April 2016 it was designated by the Electoral Commission as the official campaign in favour of leaving the European Union in the Referendum. Vote Leave co-operated with Labour Leave, Conservatives for Britain and Business for Britain throughout the referendum campaign. ヴォウト・リーヴ(英語: Vote Leave、離脱に投票を)は、イギリスの欧州連合離脱是非を問う国民投票にともない、欧州連合からの離脱に賛成のキャンペーンを展開している超党派の団体。 ヴォウト・リーヴの活動はボリス・ジョンソンやナイジェル・ローソンなどからも支持されている。 Vote Leave é uma organização não governamental fundada em outubro de 2015, para organizar a campanha pela saída do Reino Unido no referendo realizado em junho de 2016. Formado por vários partidos políticos, incluindo o partido Conservador, Trabalhista e Independência, que possuem representação no Parlamento, o Vote Leave foi designada pela Comissão Eleitoral como organizadora oficial da campanha pela saída no referento, em 13 de abril de 2016. A deputada trabalhista Gisela Stuart foi instituida como presidente da organização, e Michael Grove o CEO. A organização é financiada pelo ex-tesoureiro do Partido Conservador Peter Cruddas, e pelo apoiador do Partido Trabalhista John Mills. « Vote Leave » est le nom de la plus importante des organisations politiques créée au Royaume-Uni (en octobre 2015) pour soutenir les votes en faveur du Brexit lors d’un Référendum sur l'appartenance du Royaume-Uni à l'Union européenne. Le 13 avril 2016, dans le cadre d'une campagne multipartite, cette organisation a été désignée par la comme l’organisation officielle de campagne en faveur de la sortie de l'Union européenne lors du référendum.
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