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Let’s get on with Brexit

We can control our borders without putting up checkpoints

By Theresa Villiers  

The flag of the European Union flies outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium ©Darko Vojinovic/AP/Press Association Images

There has been a concerted effort to discredit and denigrate the 17m people across our United Kingdom who voted to leave the European Union. But, rather than a desire to hark back to the past or turn their backs to the outside world, I believe that the overriding motivation for “Leave” voters…

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