Portsmouth’s £25m border post stands empty after minister’s imports U-turn

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Portsmouth’s £25m border post stands empty after minister’s imports U-turnAt least £450m of taxpayers’ money has been spent on facilities to handle post-Brexit checks, now delayed Next to the container terminal at Portsmouth International Port, just a few hundred metres from the water’s edge, stands a new hi-tech border control post.Built over the past 18…

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