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British ports press government for border money post-Brexit

The UK's future relationship with the European Union remains unclear as negotiators carry on with politically contentious deliberations. However, expectations of renewed customs controls have prompted the British Ports Association to secure the government's financial commitment for the necessary physical infrastructure at the country's ports

Ports lobby group warns that government cannot settle for just hiring extra border control staff

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