Superdry chief executive: Brexit amounts to ‘financial suicide’

Superdy boss Julian Dunkerton fears Brexit means 'financial suicide' for Britain

Superdry founder and chief executive Julian Dunkerton has lambasted a looming Brexit as “financial suicide” for the UK.

Dunkerton spoke out, renewing his call for a second referendum on the nation’s withdrawal from the EU, in the wake of political chaos over Brexit.

On Tuesday the House of Commons backed Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s deal but scuppered his proposed departure timetable, leaving the country in stalemate and raising prospects of a general election.

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