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Superdry co-founder donates £1m to People's Vote campaign

Cofounder of international clothing brand, Superdry, and multimillionaire, Julian Dunkerton, announced last week that he would donate one million pounds to the People's Vote campaign.

Dunkerton, 53, said that if Brexit had happened 20 years ago, "Superdry would never have had the success that it has had". He added that he was making the donation because he saw a "genuine chance to turn Brexit around".

The donation will be used to fund a survey of people's attitudes towards having a final say on the Brexit deal ahead of the planned 29 March 2019 leave date.

The People's Vote campaign seeks to ensure that the government's Brexit deal is put before the country in a public vote so that they have the final say on the UK's relationship with the EU. Organisations such as Bremain in Spain form part of The People's Vote and Sue Wilson, Chair of Bremain in Spain, is on the steering committee.