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The Unbiased‘s Journey Correspondent Simon Calder has mentioned Brexit is in charge for the huge backlog of ready coaches on the Port of Dover and it’s going to get “worse”.

The Port of Dover authorities have warned passengers to anticipate hours-long delays as additional in a single day ferries did not clear the backlog of ready coaches.

Yesterday, travellers beginning their Easter getaways have been made to attend as much as 12 hours on the port.

Chatting with Sky Information, Mr Calder defined the easy pre-Brexit border checks was once.

He added: “That is precisely what we signed up for after Brexit.”

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