Why We Should Remain in the EU 2

I recently posted a response, Why We Should Remain in the EU,  as part of an ongoing debate with some Faceback Leavers. I was challenged to provide evidence for this statement:

More and more companies are announcing plans to shift their base from the UK. European agencies will have to move from the UK, costing jobs and auxiliary benefits such as revenue from visitors to those agencies.

So here are some links about companies planning to move some of their operations and staff from the UK:

EasyJet picks Austrian base for post-Brexit plan

Jobs Lost to Brexit ‘Impossible’ to Get Back, Bank Chief Says

Brexit: More than two million UK employees work for companies that are reliant on investment from the EU

Airbus may look beyond UK unless Brexit demands met – Sunday Times

Brexit: Banks planning to move 9,000 jobs from Britain to mainland Europe

JP Morgan to buy Dublin office block with up to 500 jobs on way

Nestlé’s Poland move: ‘first of many Brexit transfers’

Deutsche Bank’s Matherat Says 4,000 U.K. Jobs at Risk in Brexit

Diageo to axe more than 100 Scots jobs ‘because of Brexit’

BREXIT PUNISHMENT: Brussels to strip UK of banking and medicine agencies

Brexit: 40% of US firms with British offices are considering relocating to the EU

BMW’s German chairman warns car firm’s new electric Mini might NOT be built in UK without post-Brexit free trade deal

Jobs to go as major employer confirms Peterborough factory and warehouse will close

Lloyd’s of London firm moves European base to Dublin over Brexit

10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexit’s first wave

BofA Seeks Paris Office for Post-Brexit Trading Space

Bank of Taiwan to set up Frankfurt office over Brexit

Credit Agricole is moving trading jobs out of London this weekend

Lloyd’s of London firm moves European base to Dublin over Brexit

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