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Boris Johnson vows freedom of movement across Europe to END on Brexit day 1

Daily Record Tuesday, 20 August 2019
Boris Johnson vows freedom of movement across Europe to END on Brexit day 1People entering the UK will face increased border checks from October 31 under the Prime Minister's plans.
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