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Boris Johnson Promised Frictionless Trade But Admits New Checks 'Inevitable'

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Boris Johnson Promised Frictionless Trade But Admits New Checks 'Inevitable'

Boris Johnson Promised Frictionless Trade But Admits New Checks 'Inevitable'

BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images Boris Johnson pledged that that frictionless trade with Europe would continue after Brexit.

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