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Post-Brexit lorry queues could make Kent ‘toilet of England’

Campaigners warn that roads and laybys are already littered with urine and excrement

Kent could become the “toilet of England” in less than eight weeks unless dedicated loos are provided for thousands of lorry drivers who could be held up in the county for hours by post-Brexit border checks, campaigners have warned.

They say Kent’s main roads and laybys are already littered with bottles of urine and bags of excrement and the problem could become much worse after 31 December.

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