“It’s not fair to especially people with small businesses. I’ve got a couple of mates who have clothing companies and stuff and they’re super uncertain about if they’re going to be able to ship to Europe.

“They’re been looking on the government guidelines, to a website, to a meeting that never happened that gets cancelled the next week,” Walker blasted. “So, there’s a lot of uncertainty and, for people with a bunch of money, then I think they can probably deal with it but for small start-ups it’s causing a lot of uncertainty.

“At this point, whatever happens, I’d just be happy to not talk about it.

“I’d rather stay in the European Union, obviously, because I’m a touring musician,” the Leave a Light On hitmaker explained.



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