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Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens

agrees Basic Income
A kind of basic income will be absolutely inevitable
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Richard Newby, Liberal Democrat Peer and Chief Whip of Lib Dem group in House of Lords.

disagrees Brexit
We also know that the EU is well down the track of negotiating on trade deals with some of the largest economies in the world, including the US, Japan and India. When those are completed, we will get benefits from them by virtue of our membership.
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Win Bischoff, Ex-Chairman, Lloyds Bank

disagrees Brexit
London is really the most important financial center in Europe, and we benefit enormously by being part of Europe. An exit from Europe, wouldn’t be a cliff event, but over a period of time, market share will go to other centers.
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Vittorio Colao, CEO, Vodafone

disagrees Brexit
At Vodafone we are convinced that for our shareholders, customers and for the company itself, it would be good to stay in Europe.
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Ian Robertson, Head of sales and marketing of BMW

disagrees Brexit
The biggest global trading blocs are getting bigger and we need to be part of one of them.
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Tom Enders, CEO at Airbus

disagrees Brexit
It would have negative consequences for the aerospace industry.
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Digby Jones, British businessman and politician

agrees Brexit
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Jan du Plessis, Businessman

disagrees Brexit
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Kris Jenner, American television personality, businessperson, and socialite

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Meg Whitman, American business executive

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Ursula Burns, American businessperson

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Alan F. Horn, American entertainment industry executive (disney corporation)

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Leila Janah, American businessman

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William K. Reilly, American government official

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