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Brexit is the focus for the Financial Times, which warns that businesses face a £7bn-a-year red tape bill over Michael Gove’s border plan. The paper says “post-Brexit bureaucracy” will mean companies trading in Europe will have to fill out an extra 215m customs declarations each year. The front age also features a picture of Polish president Andrzej Duda who won a second term in a closely fought contest.

Financial Times Front Page 25th of June 2024

Both Conservative and Labour party pledges to improve public services in the UK have been deemed ‘essentially unfunded’ by a think tank, which criticises the parties for failing to make tough financial choices and warns of potential economic instability.

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