The majority of the UK voted to leave the EU
by Ben Martin, Ashley Armstrong, Julia Bradshaw, and Emily Gosden
THE bosses of some of the UK’s biggest companies have this weekend rallied together to lay out a Brexit response plan that protects UK businesses and their access to the single market in the wake of the shock vote to leave the European Union.
Leading business figures from the chairman of Tesco and the chief executive of Next, to the country’s top banks and the City’s influential fund managers, have told The Sunday Telegraph what they will demand to ensure the economy, their interests and financial markets are not fatally damaged by Brexit.
Companies and investors have been left reeling by last week’s vote to leave the EU, which confounded City expectations and sent markets on a rollercoaster ride. Boards across the country are now scrambling to implement contingency plans they hope will protect British companies.