British Public Uncertain About what Brexit means, says spoon Guru’s Clarke
28 November 2018 | 9:43 am
Andy Clarke, chairman at Spoon Guru and former chief executive officer at ASDA, discusses the current Brexit deal, the possibility of a second referendum, the inflationary impact of Brexit, tech stocks and the biggest challenges to the grocery industry.
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