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He said no freight trucks have made the king yet because of testing troubles, and he didn't expect any until night time. See it all, always for free and only from Adult Tube! The Calais port normally brings in up to 4, trucks a day. While some goods and passengers began arriving on French shores in the morning, many still struggled to get through. The announcement added to anxieties at a time when Europe has been walloped by soaring new chxt infections and deaths.

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By late afternoon Wednesday, more than 6, trucks were estimated to be trying to get across the Channel, with more than half — around 3, — scrunched up at Kent's disused Manston Airport awaiting their cue to leave. Rail operator Eurotunnel said some trains carrying freight and car passengers were allowed to cross to the continent beneath the English Channel on Wednesday.

The slowdowns could be worse when Brexit kicks in and French authorities will have to check customs documents as well as virus tests, he warned. New rules and restrictions have been announced for llive Christmas period 6 minutes ago Virus-linked isolation of UK eases but backlog persists DOVER, England — Gridlock at an English port kept thousands of truckers and travellers stranded Wednesday aex a deal with France to lift a two-day blockade imposed because of a aex variant of the coronavirus that had isolated Britain and raised fears of food shortages.

Fears of food shortages added to an already glum runup to Christmas in Britain, where authorities have scaled back or cancelled plans to relax restrictions for the holiday as daily virus infections soar and many hospitals are nearing capacity.

On Wednesday, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that another new variant — from South Africa — has turned up in Britain, and announced restrictions on travel from the African country. Aex officials warning that the backlog would take days to clear, frustrated truckers scuffled with police at the port of Dover.

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Liza Peirrusio, an Italian living in London, travelled to Paris on Wednesday to spend the holidays with her boyfriend. But drivers said traffic chaos in the area was delaying that. Some European countries relaxed their travel limits on Britain on Wednesday, though many remain in place. French authorities have insisted that this week's blockade was based on scientific concerns and not politics, but some noted it may have offered a glimpse of what Britain can expect next year.

The chaos came as many Britons were already bracing for travel and commerce-related disruptions, if the U. The director of France's Calais-Boulogne port, Jean-Marc Puissesseau, said two cargo vans had so far arrived by ferry, while some truckers simply loaded their goods directly onto ferries so a colleague could pick it up on the French side.