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Trade says no to Brexit

Jerry Lockspeiser: Lessons learnt from Brexit

19 Jul 2016 | By Jerry Lockspeiser

Many of us in the wine trade rue the Brexit result. Some, including Tim Atkin in his recent Harpers piece, hope that it won’t be implemented. I campaigned to Remain, twice writing in Harpers in support, the second time urging readers to join in before it was too late. Alas, now it is. The people have spoken

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