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However, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove, responding to a question in the House of Commons, said: “The funding in the port infrastructure fund was specifically available for projects that were due to be delivered by July next year, when full import controls will be in place. Dover was bidding for some infrastructure that would be complete by 2023.”

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