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Amazon’s manager in the United Kingdom is reportedly planning for “civil unrest” within two weeks of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit.
Doug Gurr is said to have claimed that the doomsday scenario formed part of the American online retail giant’s contingency planning at a meeting with Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Dominic Raab and a number of business leaders.
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“People seem to feel marginally more positive than when they went in [to the meeting]” said one of the participants to The Times, who suggested Raab had a “lot more grip” than predecessor David Davis.
“Let’s hope so, given that one of the people there with a significant supply chain had civil unrest within two weeks in their no-deal planning,” the source added.
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Raab, a Brexit supporter close to Environment Secretary Michael Gove, is still new to the Brexit Department, with Davis having resigned from the post and his position as nominal lead Brexit negotiator in protest against Prime Minister Theresa May’s ultra-soft Chequers exit plan.
Davis was soon followed by junior Brexit minister Steve Baker, who revealed that the entire Brexit Department is something of a “Potemkin structure” — with the Brexit negotiations really controlled by the Remain-supporting Prime Minister and bureaucrat Olly Robbins.
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An Amazon spokesman would neither confirm nor deny the lurid claims, but explained that, “Like any business, we consider a wide range of scenarios in planning discussions so that...
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