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Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales and business leaders back Labour

Rachel Reeves, Labor Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivers a speech on the UK economy ahead of the Bank of England’s monetary policy release on May 7, 2024 in London, England.

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LONDON — More than 100 business leaders voiced their support for Britain’s center-left opposition Labor Party on Tuesday, almost five weeks before the country goes to the polls.

The group, which includes Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and former JP Morgan Cazenove vice-chairman Charles Harman, said in an open letter to The Times newspaper: “We, as leaders and investors in British business , think it’s time for a change. “

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