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  • Tory leadership hopefuls interviewed by The Telegraph’s writers live at 7pm Monday

Nearly every morning I pick up my paper and see a headline beginning “Business thinks….”  Gloom. Here comes yet another piece reading my mind as a business leader and telling me what I and my members are supposed to think about another great issue of the day.  

That great issue is usually Brexit.  It’s well known that business was mainly Remain in the 2016 referendum, and business organisations seem happy to keep making these concerns known.  Yet public opinion seems increasingly sceptical of these pronunciamentos. Why?

I have been thinking hard about this question since taking over as the CEO of the London...

  • Tory leadership hopefuls interviewed by The Telegraph’s writers live at 7pm Monday

Nearly every morning I pick up my paper and see a headline beginning “Business thinks….”  Gloom. Here comes yet another piece reading my mind as a business leader and telling me what I and my members are supposed to think about another great issue of the day.  

That great issue is usually Brexit.  It’s well known that business was mainly Remain in the 2016 referendum, and business organisations seem happy to keep making these concerns known.  Yet public opinion seems increasingly sceptical of these pronunciamentos. Why?

I have been thinking hard about this question since taking over as the CEO of the London...

  • Tory leadership hopefuls interviewed by The Telegraph’s writers live at 7pm Monday

Nearly every morning I pick up my paper and see a headline beginning “Business thinks….”  Gloom. Here comes yet another piece reading my mind as a business leader and telling me what I and my members are supposed to think about another great issue of the day.  

That great issue is usually Brexit.  It’s well known that business was mainly Remain in the 2016 referendum, and business organisations seem happy to keep making these concerns known.  Yet public opinion seems increasingly sceptical of these pronunciamentos. Why?

I have been thinking hard about this question since taking over as the CEO of the London...

  • Tory leadership hopefuls interviewed by The Telegraph’s writers live at 7pm Monday

Nearly every morning I pick up my paper and see a headline beginning “Business thinks….”  Gloom. Here comes yet another piece reading my mind as a business leader and telling me what I and my members are supposed to think about another great issue of the day.  

That great issue is usually Brexit.  It’s well known that business was mainly Remain in the 2016 referendum, and business organisations seem happy to keep making these concerns known.  Yet public opinion seems increasingly sceptical of these pronunciamentos. Why?

I have been thinking hard about this question since taking over as the CEO of the London...