- Brexit Direct Action group said they had organised ‘multiple hauliers’ to ‘go slow’
- Cars could be seen beeping their horns and swerving through the slow downs
- Police rushed to intervene in Devon and said lead drivers would be prosecuted
- Protesters say the government has failed to deliver Brexit and has betrayed them
Furious Brexiteers caused motorway chaos across the UK as they organised a lorry go-slow at rush hour after the EU exit date was postponed.
Traffic mayhem could be seen in Devon, Cornwall, Lancashire, Stoke-on-Trent, Hull and north Wales.
Brexiteers of Brexit Direct Action are calling for similar ‘go slows’ across the country as they declare their fury at Theresa May‘s negotiations. They claim that they have hauliers prepared across the land.
The protests come as the exit date was postponed til at least April 12, as it was revealed today MPs could vote on cancelling Brexit altogether.