Home Office says it was working on assumption Brexit day would be 29 March

Sajid Javid has defended the issuing of British passports without the words European Union on the front cover despite the Brexit delay. The burgundy passports were introduced from March 30, the day after Britain was expected to leave the EU.

The home secretary said the move was “sensible and efficient” because some passport centres had run out of the previous design.

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