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Next boss says Britain can avoid no-deal Brexit disorder: BBC

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Next boss says Britain can avoid no-deal Brexit disorder: BBCLONDON (Reuters) - Britain can avoid disorder and chaos in the event of a no-deal Brexit because a step-up in the government's contingency planning meant the economy was better prepared, the boss of clothing retailer Next said on Tuesday. Next chief executive Simon Wolfson, a prominent leave supporter, told the BBC he hoped new Prime Minister Boris Johnson could secure a deal with the European Union before the Oct. 31...
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News video: What's next in Britain's Brexit whirlwind?

What's next in Britain's Brexit whirlwind? 02:36

Boris Johnson faces three broad options when parliament returns in September - a Brexit deal, no deal, and/or a general election. Lucy Fielder and William James report.

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