Brodie Clark and Theresa May
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Ex-borders chief Brodie Clark: I didn't go rogue

The former head of the UK border force Brodie Clark has told MPs he is "no rogue officer".

Mr Clark was suspended after claims he relaxed passport checks at UK borders beyond what Home Secretary Theresa May had agreed to in a trial.

He then stepped down, saying his position had been made "untenable".

Nick Robinson reports.

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