UK businesses to face extra checks at borders under PM's Brexit plans

World The Guardian

Boris Johnson set to say manifesto was clear that non-alignment will mean ‘extra processes’ and not ‘frictionless trade’ British firms will face extra paperwork and checks on goods at cross-channel borders under Boris Johnson’s proposals for post-Brexit trade. The prime minister is set to tell the EU that he is willing to accept additional checks and friction at border crossings so he can prioritise promises made on sovereignty after Britain leaves the EU. Continue reading... …

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