Boris Johnson marks five years since Brexit vote in Commons

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Boris Johnson marks five years since Brexit vote in Commons” – below is their description.

    Brexit has allowed ministers to “shape a better future for our people”, Boris Johnson has claimed, as he marks the fifth anniversary of the EU referendum.

    The Prime Minister told the Commons the vote had allowed Britons to “take back control of issues that matter to people of the United Kingdom”.

    That have resulted in the “freedom to establish eight free-ports across the country, driving new investment; to develop the fastest vaccine programme in Europe, to protect and invest in jobs and renewal; to control immigration system and to sign a historic trade deal with Australia”.

    It will “allow us to shape a better future for our people”, he added.

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