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Note that the slogans on these placards all represent news that has reached us about the effects of Brexit on Kent specifically. Some of these have featured in articles in Kent Bylines, as linked in the explanations below.
Extra border checks mean St Pancras can't handle as many passengers as it did before Brexit.
Europe-bound trains won’t stop at Ashford and Ebbsfleet International stations for at least ‘two to three years’.
Dozens of staff recruited to process and check food goods arriving from Europe could have to be redeployed after the government announced a further delay on new post-Brexit border controls.
Ministers urged to fulfil promise of new facilities, as desperate drivers forced to ‘s*** in bushes’.
There are calls for the new Brexit minister Liz Truss to visit a village near Ashford where truckers keep getting lost on their way to a lorry park.
Angry residents are growing increasingly impatient waiting for a solution to be found to stop lorry park-bound truckers getting lost in Mersham.
Floodlights at a Brexit lorry park in Kent have "destroyed" the night sky, residents say.
The border facility, which is still under construction, was set up by the Government to hold around 1,700 lorries in case of border disruption.
Residents next to a large Brexit lorry park in Ashford say it is as bright as Wembley Stadium and has ruined the dark night sky for miles around.
Government officials are continuing to block the release of information about the impact of post-Brexit lorry park holding sites, saying it is not in the public interest.
A huge Brexit lorry park in Ashford is as bright as Wembley Stadium and has ruined the dark night sky for miles around, according to angry residents.
Pictures posted on Facebook showed trucks wedged in precarious positions in the village as they tried to negotiate the winding streets.
The government has paid the owner of land being used as a Brexit lorry park in Ashford almost £6m in rent, it has emerged.
The boss of a haulage company says he has seen journey times treble due to EU red tape and Covid testing for drivers.
Confused truckers trying to find a huge Brexit lorry park are getting lost in a nearby village - making houses shake and churning up grass verges.
Heavy rain has hampered work on site intended to relieve queues around Dover from 1 January.
Facility nicknamed Farage Garage is just one of 29 such sites being created across England
Residents are being urged to have their say on Ashford's controversial post-Brexit lorry park – four months after work began on the site.
Sites being acquired as part of efforts to avoid long lorry queues at ports such as Dover.
‘Worst case scenario’ also warns of passengers waiting hours to board Chunnel trains to continent.
The government is yet to work out the potential environmental impact of a huge Brexit lorry park - even though construction started almost two months ago.
A 27-acre site is being built to handle trucks amid fears that new trade rules will slow freight movement. It has been nicknamed the “Farage Garage” after the pro-Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage.
Ministers plan to resurrect Operation Brock to manage lines. / U.K. fears traders won’t be ready for new EU customs checks
Emergency traffic measures to last until ‘end of October 2021’ – with a giant lorry park to hold 2,000 goods vehicles.