Border staff remain confused as to what they are meant to do if they suspect someone has Ebola, a union leader has said.
Public Health England has warned staff to be aware of the virus, but the general secretary of the Immigration Service Union said staff have not received any training or guidance on the issue.
"It appears Public Health England believe they have had some form of training in how to recognise symptoms of Ebola at the border and that simply isn't the case," Lucy Moreton told ITV News' Damon Green.
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