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The government is 'more united' on Brexit than critics think, says Britain's home secretary

Britain's Home Secretary Amber Rudd says the government is "more united" on Brexit than people think. It comes amid a cabinet dispute over whether the UK will remain part of a customs union with the EU after Brexit. Britain's Home Secretary Amber Rudd has argued that the government is more united on Brexit than critics think. "I have a surprise for the Brexiteers, which is that the [government] committee that meets in order to help make these decisions… is more united than they think," she told the BBC's "Andrew Marr Show.
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