Protests over petrol prices causing chaos on the roads in the busiest summer outing in years

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Figures from data firm Experian show the average price of a liter of petrol on Wednesday was 187.5p and diesel 196.1p.

Traffic analytics firm Inrix believes the M25 – London’s ring road – could see some of the worst summer rush hour congestion, highlighting sections between Bromley and Dartford Crossing; Maple Cross and M3; and from the M23 to the M40.

Traffic is also likely to form on the A303 near Stonehenge in Wiltshire, the M4 between Cardiff and Newport in South Wales and the M5 south of Bristol.

Climate change protesters caused a major disturbance on Wednesday when they climbed onto signs above the M25.

There are likely to be long queues again at the Port of Dover on Friday as well.

Passengers were forced to wait up to three hours on Thursday to clear the border and check in.

On Thursday afternoon, a spokesman for the port said: “Due to high demand and earlier capacity issues at the border, the port system is working hard to catch up and get everyone through as soon as possible.

“Passengers will be assigned to the first available sailing and will soon depart for their holidays.”

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