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Highways and ferry ports set for ‘Brexit Protest’ disruption

Highways and ferry ports set for ‘Brexit Protest’ disruption

HIGHWAYS and ferry ports across the UK may be disrupted as a result of direct action taken by the Direct Action Group UK.

The action is set to take place over 2 to 3 days across the UK motorways and highways with HGV’s and other types of vehicles being used to deliberately drive slowly and block roads.

Known actions will take place on;

Today, Friday (Mar 22)

Cornwall: Bodmin to Truro (from 15:30);

Flintshire: A55 near Deeside Industrial Estate (19:00);

Lancashire: circling Morecambe Road, Caton Road and A683 north of Lancaster (18:30);

Nottinghamshire: circling M1 between junctions 26-28 (18:00);

South Yorkshire: Doncaster M18 and onto M1 (1130)

Shropshire: A5 from Shrewsbury to Telford (17:30);

Suffolk: Copdock Roundabout in Felixstowe (18:00).

Saturday (Mar 23)

Anglesey: Holyhead Ferry Terminal blockade (22:00);

Cheshire: M62 Junction 9 in Warrington to various locations (12:00);

Gloucestershire: Shire Hall in Gloucester (11:00);

Greater Manchester/Yorkshire/Merseyside: Manchester to both Leeds and Liverpool (12:00);

Pembrokeshire: Irish Ferries blockade at Pembroke Dock (11:40).

London Area: Including M25:

Dover A2 and A20

Sunday (Mar 25)

Hampshire: from M3 Junction 6 in Basingstoke in both directions (06:30).

Proportionate level of business awareness and contingency planning should be considered.

This information has come from the CSSC. Operating under charitable status, CSSC aims to help businesses remain safe and secure by providing information that will assist them to develop robust resilience and emergency preparedness plans. This is achieved by delivering accurate, timely and authoritative messaging and information.

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