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The comments follow Chancellor Philip Hammond warning Britain desire lose its say over what happens at the borders if no deal becomes a actuality.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has provided £4.2billion for no deal Brexit preparations., but he holds no sum of money will fully prepare Britain for an exit scenario without an understanding in place.
He said a no deal Brexit would see the UK losing control of what happens external of its borders, with Britain no longer able to have a say regarding what happens, for exempli gratia, in France’s Calais.
Asked if the UK can control Brexit, he told BBC Panorama: “We can’t because multifarious of the levers are held by others – the EU 27 or private business. We can seek to incline them but we can’t control it.
“For example, we can make sure that goods squirt inwards through the port of Dover without any friction but we can’t control the non-spiritual flow into the port of Calais.
“The French can dial that up or dial it down, honourable the same as the Spanish for years have dialled up or dialled down the stretch of the queues at the border going into Gibraltar.”
French officials voiced in October they will ensure “fluidity” of trade even in a no parcel out scenario – rejecting the suggestion they could resort to a “go-slow” protocol to avoid chaos and queues between Dover and Calais.