"It means opening new trade agreements with countries like India and China which we haven't been able to do as part of the EU."
"I would like to stay in the single market by agreeing a Norway-style deal. We voted to leave the EU, not for a particular type of Brexit."
Felicity Huston, 53, party member
"Brexit means a return to sovereignty. An end to social legislation being decided by unaccountable politicians in Europe."
"It also means an end to the UK contributing to the subsidising of Spanish bullfighting."
"I don't think it'll come to choosing between single market access and ending the free movement of people. The EU needs us more than we need them."
Adrian Huston, 53, party member
"Brexit is a chance for us to trade freely with the world and be good neighbours with the EU."
"The single market isn't a massive attraction — I would rather we begin to focus on trading freely with the developing world."
Ritchie Hardcastle, 19, chairman of Young Conservatives Romford
"The EU is stagnant. Brexit should mean rebalancing our trade so that we look at Asia where growth is much better."
"Preferably, we should stay in the single market. But immigration is a big thing for people. If the EU tries to force us into a corner and enforce immigration on us then we are going to have to leave the single market."