Travellers entering the UK on 1 February could face long queues as Border Force workers go on strike.
Members of the Public and Commercial Service (PCS) union, including Border Force staff, previously walked out over the Christmas and New Year period.
Now they are set to take part in what PCS says will be the “largest civil service strike for years”. The industrial action is set to start on 1 February and last until 7 am on 2 February.
The government has advised travellers planning to enter the UK on this date to check the latest travel advice and be prepared for longer queues than normal. Anyone who can use eGates is also
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