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Next CEO Lord Wolfson tells BBC ‘this is not the Brexit I wanted’ – business live

Retail chief who backed Brexit urges government to let in more foreign workers to alleviate chronic labour shortages

Unions are urging rail bosses to ‘stand by’ their staff, as London Underground workers hold a 24-hour strike that will disrupt travel for millions of commuters in the capital.

The strike is the latest morve in a long-running dispute over jobs and pensions.

“My message to TFL now is stand by your staff, listen to your staff, thousands of them are on strike today for the sixth time this year.

“They’re losing lots of money, don’t they realise in management there’s a serious problem here? What they need to do is stand with their staff.

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