Drivers told to set off early and passengers warned of works affecting trains across country

Long queues on roads and major rail disruption are expected over the Easter weekend as millions of people head off to enjoy the bank holiday sunshine.

Motorists have been urged to start their journeys early on Good Friday or delay trips until Saturday to avoid the worst traffic jams as temperatures rise across the British Isles, with parts of the UK expected to be hotter than Corfu and Mallorca.

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