Labour MP: ‘We’ve got to get that border open’

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    Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Rachel Reeves, says delays on the UK-France border are “hurting British businesses”.

    The Labour MP also accused the government of “wasting 24 hours” by not taking up testing on the ports.

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