Fuel protests today LIVE: CHAOS as M4 & M5 motorways BLOCKED with crippling UK ‘go-slow’ demos to hit Wales & Essex

COPS have warned motorists to expect “serious disruption” as protesters demonstrate over high fuel prices on Britain’s motorways.

Roads in various parts of the country could be subject to traffic jams on Monday as protesters take action and call for a cut in fuel duty.

Brits have been urged to work from home as roads in various parts of the country are subject to 12 hours of traffic jams while activists call for a cut in fuel duty.

Protests will target mainly three-lane motorways and see slow-downs on two lanes, leaving the fast lane free, according to FairFuelUK founder Howard Cox.

While he said his organisation is not involved in the action, he is “fully supportive” of the demonstrations so long as they are conducted legally.

The protests are understood to be organised via social media under the banner Fuel Price Stand Against Tax.

Organizers are expected to block the Prince of Wales Bridge crossing between England and Wales, while disruption is also possible in Essex and Gloucestershire.

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  • ‘Serious disruption throughout the day’

    Police have warned of “serious disruption throughout the day” as protesters target motorways in a demonstration over high fuel prices.

    Roads in various parts of the country could be subject to traffic jams on Monday as protesters take action and call for a cut in fuel duty.

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