There is one thing Brexit negotiators must fix if Britain really intends to rediscover its Commonwealth. For the last 44 years, having, with fellow Australians, to join the foreigners’ long entry queue at Heathrow while Europeans trot through unhindered, has got up my nose. In the good old days when it really was the British Commonwealth, we Australians were no second class visitors; we were family.
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