Saturday February 22, 2020

Former HSBC among 250 business leaders calling for Brexit

Tim Martin of pub chain Wetherspoons wants Britain to leave

26th March, 2016
British Prime Minister David Cameron has a fight on his hands Pic: Getty

Former HSBC chief executive officer Michael Geoghegan is among 250 business leaders backing the push for Britain to leave the European Union.

Geoghegan was chief executive of HSBC from 2006 until 2010 and his support for “Brexit” stands in contrast to the bank’s current management, which warns it will send 1,000 staff to Paris from London if voters side with withdrawal in the June 23 referendum.

Others on the list released Saturday by the Vote Leave...

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