How would you react if told it might take two days to get you to the front of the line in which you find yourself?
The Guardian reports that might happen to truck drivers in the coming months in at least one part of the United Kingdom.
The scale of disruption predicted to hit UK borders post-Brexit is revealed in confidential government documents warning of queues of 7,000 lorries in Kent, and two-day delays to cross into the EU.
A “reasonable worst-case scenario” report, drawn up by the Border and Protocol Delivery Group, forecasts that thousands of passengers could also be forced to wait an extra two hours for Eurostar trains.
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