Travellers will face ‘significant disruption’ to their Christmas travel plans, after UK Border Force officers voted to strike over the holiday period.
The industrial action will see Border Force officials walk out on eight days during the busy festive season, from 23 December to Boxing Day, and from 28 December to New Year’s Eve.
This mass strike – conducted by members of The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) union – will likely delay security checks, causing lengthy queues and knock-on disruption.
Where in the UK could be the worst affected?
Larger airports which endured severe disruptions over the Summer are likely to be worst impacted. Some ports could see problems during the festive
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