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Richard Branson calls for second Brexit vote

Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson is urging Brits to sign a petition calling for a second referendum into EU membership. Branson, who campaigned for a Remain vote, said that many voters had been..
City A.M.

Richard Branson, Martin Sorrell and Jes Staley react to Brexit with other top business leaders

Companies in industries like travel and advertsing, which are heavily exposed to swings in currencies, said they would reassess their plans
Independent

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News video: Top 10 Iconic Brits

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In England's finest hours, these were their kings and queens – in some cases figuratively, in some cases literally! Join http://www/watchmojo.com as we count down our picks for Top 10 Iconic Brits.
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News video: UK Business Leaders Sign Letter Against Brexit

UK Business Leaders Sign Letter Against Brexit 00:42

British business leaders signed a brief letter to the Times of London in support of EU membership. Coming a day before an EU referendum vote, the 1,300 signatories including Sir Richard Branson,..
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News video: Beckhams and Sir Richard Branson Don't Want a Brexit

Beckhams and Sir Richard Branson Don't Want a Brexit 00:41

Three ultra-famous British subjects lended their support to the campaign against the U.K. leaving the European Union Tuesday. Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, and Sir Richard Branson all want the U.K...
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News video: What To Know About The Looming Brexit Vote

What To Know About The Looming Brexit Vote 00:41

In just two days, Britain will vote on whether to quit the European Union in a divisive and bitter national referendum. Polls currently suggest that the results are very close. The outcome of..
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News video: Richard Branson: Brexit would cause 'irreparable damage'

Richard Branson: Brexit would cause 'irreparable damage' 01:05

Founder of the Virgin Group Richard Branson urges the British public to vote remain in the EU referendum, suggesting that leaving the European Union could cause 'irreparable damage'. Sir Richard says..
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Richard Branson and his wife Joan on babysitting duty as they take care of daughter Holly's twins

richard branson and his wife joan on babysitting duty as they take care of daughter holly's twins
The entrepreneur and his wife of 27 years were spotted enjoying a family day out with their toddler grandchildren Etta and Artie on Monday.
MailOnline

Over half of FTSE bosses back Remain as they warn jobs ARE at risk if we go for Brexit

over half of ftse bosses back remain as they warn jobs are at risk if we go for brexit
Britain Stronger in Europe campaign claimed support of some of Britain's biggest business people, including Virgin chief Sir Richard Branson (pictured) and Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold.
MailOnline

More Than 1,280 Business Leaders Urge Remain

more than 1,280 business leaders urge remain
Figures such as Richard Branson and Charles Dunstone join printers and farmers in calling on people to reject Brexit on Thursday.
Sky News

Branson 'fearful' over Brexit impact

branson 'fearful' over brexit impact
Sir Richard Branson tells the BBC why he is backing Remain in the EU referendum.
BBC News

Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson warns that leaving Europe...

virgin founder sir richard branson warns that leaving europe...
The founder of the Virgin empire, Sir Richard Branson, has warned that leaving Europe would be devastating for the long-term prosperity of the UK. Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays employ thousands..
Crawley News

Virgin Red loyalty app launches with a nationwide treasure hunt

Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson is the face of an integrated campaign to launch the firm's first loyalty rewards app across all its UK businesses.
PRWeek

Top bosses move to back Remain ahead of EU vote

top bosses move to back remain ahead of eu vote
BBC Local News: Coventry and Warwickshire -- Top bosses including Sir Richard Branson, the Premier League chair and car industry executives voice support for staying in the EU, but Vote Leave says..
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

UK car industry and more leading businessmen back Remain

uk car industry and more leading businessmen back remain
Executives at major UK car companies, Sir Richard Branson, and one of football's most senior figures voice support for staying in the EU, but Vote Leave says Brexit would boost industry.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Sir Richard Branson on why marketers make good entrepreneurs and the need to take risks

Virgin Group is today (20 June) launching its first loyalty programme with the aim of uniting its disparate businesses under one brand – Virgin Red. Speaking exclusively to Marketing Week, Sir..
Marketing Week

Branson backs Remain ahead of the EU referendum

Virgin group founder Richard Branson has launched a new campaign to urge voters to back the European Union in this week's referendum. Branson will launch an online campaign this week, with full-page..
City A.M.

If you vote Leave, you won't kick the establishment in the b***s... you'll shoot yourself in the foot: RICHARD BRANSON on why he's voting Remain 

if you vote leave, you won't kick the establishment in the b***s... you'll shoot yourself in the foot: richard branson on why he's voting remain 
RICHARD BRANSON: I am one of a rare breed of business people still going who can remember what it was like before the European Union was formed - trade and travel were a drag.
MailOnline


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