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Amid criticism, U.K. government tries to show unity on Brexit

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Amid criticism, U.K. government tries to show unity on BrexitThe British government tried to fight back Sunday against criticisms that it is divided and unprepared for Brexit.
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News video: ‘Visa-free’ travel for EU visitors to UK after Brexit

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Britain is reportedly planning to allow visa-free travel to the country for people from the European Union after Brexit. There has been no official announcement but government sources are said to have confirmed that visitors won’t face any new constraints. However, people who want to work, study or...

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