Pro-Brexit business leaders take names off campaign list

Vote Leave forced to apologise to bosses wrongly included

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
28th March, 2016
Brexit has affected outlook for small firms

A group of British business leaders campaigning for Brexit has apologised to two high profile bosses it claimed supported its cause.

The campaign group, Vote Leave, were forced to publicly state that it had wrongly included Carphone Warehouse co-founder, David Ross, and Phone 4U founder John Caudwell on a list of 250 pro-Brexit business leaders it published on Saturday.

In a clarification, a spokesman said that Ross’s inclusion had been an error, while Caudwell had previously...

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