三肖必中 'Frantic Friday' as millions of Brits hit the roads and airports for holidays

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e ov【今日马报图2020 】er what looks set to be a grim weekend will soon be rewarded. Temperatures are forecast to hit 31C next week. And the millions flocking to the airports as school breaks for the summer are in for even hotter temperatures, as forecasters predict Europe is set for another baking heatwave in coming days. A fuel spill on the M5 in Somerset has been causing delays on one of the busiest days of t【土豪财神四不像论坛 】he year Read【涂字打一肖 】 MoreRelated ArticlesBillions of flying ants swarming over UK 【19年112期四不像图片 】spotted in satellite images from space Weather across the 【香港2016年理财婆图库 】UK is looking gloomy for the start of the holidays Read MoreRelated ArticlesBenidorm waterpark clai【大刀皇正版新2017年 】ms paralysed Brit didnt follow the rules of ride Motorists are being warned queues of up to 90 minutes are expected on the most popular routes today as fa【2017年每期七肖生肖 】milies hit 【二四六夫天好彩 综合查询 】the roads to head off on their summer breaks. Travel misery has【马报九州大帝 】 already struck the M5 in Some【神算30码必中 】rset this morning, where a fuel spill forced an eight-mile-long northbound stretch of the motorway to be close【小鱼儿姐妹玄机9911 】d on one of the busiest days on the roads of the year. ROADS The spill was caused by 【铁算盘2016年133 】a broken down diesel

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