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Brexit part 4/5: Businesses sound the alarm as Brexit fears kick-in

Brexit part 4/5: Businesses sound the alarm as Brexit fears kick-in
 
The port of Dover CC/Wikimedia

During Britain’s referendum on European Union membership in 2016, taking back control of national borders was a popular theme. But as London and Brussels struggle to negotiate a deal, representatives from a range of British businesses that rely on cross-border trade have started to sound the alarm. In the fourth of a five-part series on the possible consequences of Brexit, Andrew Connelly reports from the port of Dover.


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