Sep 14, 2017
Sir James Dyson expects no Brexit deal
Leave campaigner Sir James Dyson expects the UK to leave the EU with no deal, and trade to default to World Trade Organization rules and tariffs. Sir James, who founded the engineering firm Dyson, told the BBC such an arrangement would "Hurt the Europeans more than the British". Brexit uncertainty is an opportunity for firms to forge links with fast-growing economies, Sir James said. Sir James told the BBC's Today programme that Dyson, which became famous through its innovative vacuum cleaners, already pays the WTO tariff into Europe "And it hasn't hurt us at all - we're one of the fastest growing companies in Europe". Sir James added that "Business is about uncertainty".
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