by Ben Marlow
The great Brexit jobs exodus is under way. It was inevitable that pulling out of the EU would spook some businesses into uprooting. Companies hate uncertainty and tend not to stand it for too long. However, no one expected the migration to begin quite so quickly.
It’s not even a week since the referendum vote and already we’ve had a flurry of warnings from big companies that they are considering shifting their bases to other European countries.
These include FTSE 100 giants Vodafone and easyJet, who have indicated they could move their headquarters overseas, together with American finance titan Visa, which is reportedly reviewing the future of its UK operations.