Lorries headed for Dover were trapped in 20-mile long queues again this weekend with further delays in the pipeline as another wave of holiday-makers prepare to head for the port this week, ahead of the Platinum Jubilee weekend. The queues began to build on Friday (27 May) with the Kent Resilience Forum reporting that there were around 750 lorries queueing in the Dover TAP and Brock traffic management systems. As the weekend wore on the queues grew longer, with drivers […]
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