The requirement has been in place for a very ling time for third-country nationals, one person pointed out, The UK was even part of what created that rule!
Rail firms have advised passengers against travelling and said that delays and cancellations were likely, with one company halving its services to London.
Birmingham, Crewe, Derby, Doncaster, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and York will compete for the honour.
“These re-announced half-measures will do little to clear the huge delays in security checks and tackle the chronic low pay holding the industry back.”
"While rail workers campaign publicly for working conditions and livelihoods, I’m d*cking around on a train simulator and doing a video about how great I think I am."
The bosses of Ryanair, Jet2 and Wizz Air can all see that the UK's split from the EU has played a role in the chaos, but the government is determined to turn a blind eye to it.
"That's a can do attitude!!!"
"This latest incident ought, in theory, to lead to better treatment of disabled passengers and those with restricted mobility. But, historically their needs do not appear to have been a high priority at many British airports."
"...aged people like me, the disabled, and those without cars will be locked in the village. Is it just accepted for us to die of hunger?"