MPs left scratching their heads after facing big-hitters from the Home Office, the UK Border Force, HMRC and Defra

It started badly and got steadily worse. Labour MP Meg Hillier opened the public accounts committee session on the state of UK borders after Brexit by asking Patsy Wilkinson, the second most senior civil servant at the Home Office, how many different digital services programme directors for the UK Border Force there had been recently.

“Two or three,” said Wilkinson hesitantly.

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