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'No tariffs' a priority in EU talks, says Toyota UK boss

Car companies from all over the world have chosen Britain as a manufacturing base, producing vehicles not only for the home market but for the rest of Europe.

Their key concern is whether Britain will still have free trade with the EU when it leaves the union.

Toyota has an assembly plant at Burnaston in Derbyshire. Deputy managing director of Toyota UK, Tony Walker, explains the challenges the plant will face if tariffs are introduced on goods traded with the EU.

The BBC's Inside Out presents a special England-wide series of programmes on Brexit and its impact three months on.

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