France building 'hard-Brexit' Channel border posts for horses, fish

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While Britain's transport minister described setting up new post-Brexit controls at its borders as 'utterly unrealistic', France has begun building new customs inspection posts dedicated to UK-exported horses and other large animals in Calais, and another for fish in nearby Boulogne, as part of a 50-million-euro contingency plan announecd last week in the case of a no-deal withdawal of the UK from the European Union.

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Work has begun at the Calais Eurotunnel exit for a new border inspection post for horses and other large animals as part of a no-deal contingency plan, reports The Guardian.