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Co-founder Superdry gives £ 1 million for new brexit referendum

‘If the brexit 20 years ago have taken place, would the brand Superdry never the global success that it now has.’

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Julian Dunkerton, one of the co-founders of the clothing brand Superdry, is donating 1 million pounds (1.1 million euros) to an organization that is campaigning for a new referendum about the exit of Britain from the European Union. That has the 53-year-old multimillionaire Sunday published.

“I give a little of my money to the campaign of a People’s Vote because I know that we have a real opportunity to make the state of affairs to change,” explains Dunkerton in an op-ed on the website of the newspaper the Sunday Times. “The people are becoming more and more aware of the fact that the brexit a disaster.”

Superdry has been in existence since 2003 and has 515 stores in 46 countries. ‘If the brexit 20 years ago have taken place, would the brand Superdry never the global success that it now has,’ says Dunkerton.

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