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1/ Many of us are confused about what BeLeave actually is )or should we say, was). So we thought we would do some research. Most evidence of the group's existence seems to have been deleted from the internet?
2/ We did find this link however on the Vote Leave website describing BeLeave as a "Vote Leave outreach group" voteleavetakecontrol.org/outreach_group…
3/ But from there we hit some problems. The Facebook page [[facebook.com/BeLeaveBritain/]] seems to have been deleted.
4/ The Twitter icon links to [[twitter.com/BeLeaveBritain]] an account with 17 followers and only a handful of tweets, most with the #voteleave hashtag. But it seems that there were a LOT of tweets at one stage, apparently deleted? See:
5/ This one seems particularly interesting - it seems BeLeave and Vote Leave were together from day one:
6/ On their [Now Deleted - why?] Webpage, BeLeave write about "organisations and partners we have a strategic relationship with"?:
7/ Could one of these partners be AggregateIq?
8/ In summary then, this organisation BeLeave seems to have gone through a lot of effort to wipe every trace of its existence from the internet - the question is - why? /End @carolecadwalla @chrisinsilico @mrjamesob

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