UK Border Force staff are kicking off the second in a series of strikes at airports across the country.
The industrial action will see more than 1,000 union members, including passport control workers, walk out from 28-31 December.
The initial strike action – conducted by members of The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) union – began over the Christmas period from 23-26 December, but reportedly caused minimal disruption.
As it continues, travellers should still prepare for potential delayed security checks, lengthy queues and knock-on disruption.
When are UK Border Force officers on strike?
The strikes coincide with the busiest travel days of the festive season.
Officers went on strike all day on December 23,
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