Their goal was to pressure the UK to choose Brexit and leave the EU, but now that the divorce has taken place, they have decided to launch a reversal movement and leave the UK itself. European.
This may sound like a joke, but it’s not. Brexit pro-pressure group, Leave.eu, Decided to relocate its headquarters from Great Britain to Ireland to maintain the .eu domain on its website and to avoid the impact on its brand and online search rankings. As The Guardian remembers The .eu suffix for websites is reserved for citizens and entities in the European Union, i.e. they have a seat there or are controlled by a citizen of a member country, thus excluding the British. Leave.eu is a website supported by Aaron Banks, the leading financier of the UKIP, the party led by Nigel Farage, and has largely left Europe. Although he was not involved in the official holiday campaign, he was an influential lobbyist ahead of the 2016 Brexit referendum and subsequent negotiations.
The domain is in danger
The move to relocate the headquarters of Leave.eu’s parent organization, Better for Country, to Ireland was necessary, as the European Registry for the .Eu Domain, EURid, and all UK – based websites have been suspended. . Euractiv reported Leave.eu, one of 80,000 UK websites, wrote before the Brexit cut-off date that it had until March 31 to change their address in the European Union or to prove they were EU citizens. EU, otherwise they would have completely lost access to the site. Leave.eu left the UK after being forced to choose between Brexit Group and its name and country. Consequences? The website is now registered in the name of Sean Power, managing director of a professional services company headquartered in Waterford, Ireland. But they were not alone. When the Brexit transition period ended last year, many of the 340,000 owners of .eu domain names in the UK decided to move their headquarters to the European Union so as not to lose it.