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Two problems concerning the United Kingdom's borders – one relating to immigration, the other linked to the frontier with the Republic of Ireland – have lately erupted.May's government is now scrambling to deal with one shameful incident after another.May's government now promises not just to reduce illegal immigration, but also to cut overall annual immigration to less than 100,000 .Managing immigration is hardly the May government's only border-related challenge.When the May government announced its commitment to follow through with Brexit, it made clear that it would also depart the single market and the customs union, without thinking through the implications for the U.K.'s borders. May's government has said that leaving the customs union will enable the U.K. to make its own trade deals.It is unclear how May's government thinks the U.K. can do better on its own.
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