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Minister admits Brits face EU mobile roaming charges in no-deal Brexit

Thursday 7 February 2019 | 18:23 CET | News
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has confirmed that UK nationals could be forced to pay high roaming fees for using their mobile phones in the EU if the UK leaves without a deal, reports The Guardian.

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