STORY: Video footage shows passengers in car, coaches and trucks stuck in long queues at Dover, which is the closest English port to France, as the Easter holiday break begins.Frustrated travellers complained about lack of information, with one woman saying, “We haven’t been told anything at all. We have checked and there has been no updates at all."Another traveller said he believed Brexit was to blame. "It’s caused some bad feelings in Europe. They are in no hurry to process things now," the man said. "Pre-Brexit it was so much easier. Now it’s much much harder to get across anywhere really.”British shipping company P&O Ferries reported coach delays. Some coaches, including for school trips, had to wait at the port overnight and around 400 more were expected to arrive today. The port apologised for the "prolonged delays".As of early Sunday morning, the port had tweeted that border processing times for coaches was at 3-4 hours after entering the port, although there were multiple frustrated responses on Twitter that claimed the wait in reality remained much longer.