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Hundreds of motorbike riders protesting against high fuel prices are causing delays on motorways outside Manchester.
The "slow" protest, which includes some taxis and lorries, left Birch services just after 0800 BST on junction 18 of the M62, to head into the city centre.
Between 400 and 500 bikers are taking part, police estimate.
About 40 vehicles have taken part in a fuel protest by driving slowly during the rush hour in Plymouth.
The convoy took an hour to go from Lee Mill into the city centre at the peak of the morning commuter traffic.
Post office protest on road; People in Devon have stepped up their protest against the closure of local post offices by taking to the road.