Brexit heartland: Hull wants to take back control

As UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to put a new Brexit deal to Parliament, Al Jazeera visited the port city where people are desperate for progress.

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    In one of the United Kingdom's poorest cities, dozens of cargo ferries head for Europe every day.

    With a high percentage of leave voters, the people of Hull want a Brexit deal done, hoping it will be the answer to their problems.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports from Hull.


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