Holidaymakers and hauliers trying to cross the Channel are enduring another day of disruption after two days of gridlock.
Overnight, people reported sleeping in cars on the road as the approach to the Eurotunnel in Folkestone, Kent, remained gridlocked.
One tired family said the last three miles of their journey took 21 hours.
Traffic in Dover has eased now and it is taking 30 minutes to get through passport control, P&O Ferries said.
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originally published at Travel - Euro-News