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Boris Johnson: Post-Brexit Britain will put people before passports

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Boris Johnson: Post-Brexit Britain will put people before passports

Boris Johnson: Post-Brexit Britain will put people before passports

Boris Johnson has set out his post-Brexit trade pitch to African leaders with his vision to put "people before passports" in an immigration system overhaul.

The Prime Minister was tempting premiers from across the continent with the UK's financial and education systems as he opened his investment summit in London's Docklands on Monday.

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