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UK abandons plan to introduce full border checks with EU on January 1: FT

Reuters Thursday, 11 June 2020
The United Kingdom has abandoned its plan to introduce full border checks with the European Union on Jan. 1 as British ministers face pressure from businesses to not increase the chaos already in place from the coronavirus outbreak, the Financial Times newspaper reported.
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The Government is expected to backtrack on its plan to introduce full border checks with the EU from January 1 over fears of the economic impact of coronavirus. Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove is anticipated to make an announcement on Friday over border operations for when Brexit fully comes...

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