Almost a third of small businesses want a new government that would reverse the Brexit decision, new research has revealed. 
In Wales, where a majority of people voted to leave the EU last June, the figure was 36 per cent, while in London it rose to 41 per cent, Hitachi Capital found.
The proportion in Scotland was similarly high at 36 per cent, although their top priority was a clear and final position on Scottish independence – an issue for 49 per cent of business owners.
More than 1,000 owners and directors of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) nationwide were asked which policies a new government could enact to help their businesses grow.
SMEs predicting a declining business outlook were almost twice as likely to say they wanted a government that would not go ahead with EU withdrawal, the survey found. 
Neither of the Labour or Conservative parties have said they would go back on …