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The new blue British passports that Prime Minister Theresa May called “an expression of our independence and sovereignty” after Brexit will be made by a Franco-Dutch firm, the boss of the British company which lost the contract said Thursday.

May announced in December that Britain, which adopted burgundy passports in 1988, would switch back to the “iconic” blue ones that it had before joining the bloc.

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