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BT bosses, unions back EU membership in letter to workers

Tuesday 14 June 2016 | 10:55 CET | News
BT Group's CEO and chairman, Gavin Patterson and Sir Michael Rake, along with leaders of the CWU and Prospect unions, have written to a joint letter to workers saying they want the UK to remain in the EU, reports BBC News. They insist that the vote would have a major impact on the company and the UK economy, highlighting that around 20 percent of BT's sales were outside the UK. The letter said that uncertainty surrounding the referendum had already led to a slowdown in investment and economic activity.

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