LONDON (Reuters) – The chief executive of Next Simon Wolfson said a no-deal Brexit would not lead to disorder and chaos as the British government’s contingency planning meant the economy was better prepared.
“We are a long way from disorder and chaos,” Chief Executive Wolfson told the BBC. He said that Next had moved all its imports and exports out of Calais to other ports.
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Wolfson, the boss of one of Britain’s biggest clothing retailers, said the...