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Businesses will be told about new "opportunities" that will be opened up by Brexit, as part of one of the ­country's biggest ever public ­information ­campaigns, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Plans for a £138 million communications drive include advertisements setting out the advantages of the UK being free to strike its own trade deals after leaving the EU. A Whitehall source said the advertisements were intended to help firms prepare for new export ­opportunities.

The campaign, which is being put together with the help of at least one advertising agency, is likely to draw criticism from pro-EU MPs over the use of Government resources to talk up the benefits of Brexit.

Last week Labour...

Businesses will be told about new "opportunities" that will be opened up by Brexit, as part of one of the ­country's biggest ever public ­information ­campaigns, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Plans for a £138 million communications drive include advertisements setting out the advantages of the UK being free to strike its own trade deals after leaving the EU. A Whitehall source said the advertisements were intended to help firms prepare for new export ­opportunities.

The campaign, which is being put together with the help of at least one advertising agency, is likely to draw criticism from pro-EU MPs over the use of Government resources to talk up the benefits of Brexit.

Last week Labour...

Businesses will be told about new "opportunities" that will be opened up by Brexit, as part of one of the ­country's biggest ever public ­information ­campaigns, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Plans for a £138 million communications drive include advertisements setting out the advantages of the UK being free to strike its own trade deals after leaving the EU. A Whitehall source said the advertisements were intended to help firms prepare for new export ­opportunities.

The campaign, which is being put together with the help of at least one advertising agency, is likely to draw criticism from pro-EU MPs over the use of Government resources to talk up the benefits of Brexit.

Last week Labour...

Businesses will be told about new "opportunities" that will be opened up by Brexit, as part of one of the ­country's biggest ever public ­information ­campaigns, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Plans for a £138 million communications drive include advertisements setting out the advantages of the UK being free to strike its own trade deals after leaving the EU. A Whitehall source said the advertisements were intended to help firms prepare for new export ­opportunities.

The campaign, which is being put together with the help of at least one advertising agency, is likely to draw criticism from pro-EU MPs over the use of Government resources to talk up the benefits of Brexit.

Last week Labour...