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The boss of a giant mining company where shares have gained 40% since the referendum wants a 'hard-headed Brexit'

Andrew Mackenzie, the chief executive of mining giant BHP Billiton, says that talk of "hard" vs "soft" is sending the wrong message to the markets and the general public, and argues that Britain should opt for what he calls a "hard-headed Brexit." However, this comment comes from the boss of one of the largest-London listed companies whose shares have risen by 40% since the pound dropped to record lows.
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