Responding to the announcement that leading Brexiteer entrepreneur, Sir James Dyson, is moving his vacuum cleaner and hand dryer technology company from Wiltshire to Singapore, Molly said:
“This is a worrying day for Dyson workers and their families. Many businesses are considering their future in the UK in light of the uncertainties and chaos around Brexit.
“However, many would have expected a man who has previously talked up No Deal to stick the course. When the Chancellor mentioned Singapore as a suitable model for the post-Brexit economy I don’t think he intended our leading businesses to relocate there. Perhaps, after all, Brexit is not quite as good for business as Mr Dyson had us believe.”