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BRITAIN is facing significant challenges to ensure its border is fully functioning after leaving the EU, a report has warned.

The National Audit Office (NAO) said today (October 24) that political uncertainty and delays in negotiating a deal with the European Union has hampered the effectiveness of border planning.

Portsmouth International Port will form part of the UK’s border post-Brexit and could be affected if it had problems functioning.


Portsmouth Evening News 


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