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A top fast food restaurant is already 'struggling to hire' since the Brexit vote

The co-founder of an upmarket fast food chain says it has struggled to hire European staff in the wake of Brexit. John Vincent, co-founder and chief executive of Leon, told The Telegraph that the firm's "ability to recruit has been weakened" since Brexit. Leon is an upmarket UK chain which currently has 36 restaurants in the UK, and is a widely popular lunch destination for those seeking its brand of "naturally fast food.
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