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Kent's Brexit test and why ditching the car could help your children

A new system of queuing lorries if there are delays at Dover has been tested out on the M20.

Operation Brock was put into place at 6am and is replacing the old Operation Stack.

HGVs heading to the port have been using the coastbound stretch of the M20 between Junctions 8 and 9 - a contraflow's been in place for all other traffic on the London bound carriageway, with two lanes in each direction.

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