Near U.K.’s Busiest Port, Brexit Hopes Are Layered in Asphalt

Even before a supervision bought a MOJO site, it was widely approaching to turn a warehouse. So construction work did not come as a warn to many people, though a inlet of a plan did.

Those who consider gridlock can be avoided embody John Lang, who voted for Brexit and has not altered his mind. He described his home and willing garden tighten to MOJO as a “little bit of paradise,” and was assured it would stay that way.

“It’s in everyone’s seductiveness to make it work,” Mr. Lang said.

Local people who wanted to stay in a European Union feel vindicated, even if they are demure to bluster about it.

“I only consider it’s so unhappy that this is another bit of panorama that we have lost,” pronounced Sheila Catt, an director in a health service. She worries about atmosphere pollution, as well.

The problem for Mersham lies partly in a embankment of Dover, a brief expostulate to a east, where one of a world’s busiest ports is dejected into a singular space restrained by a famous white cliffs behind it.

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