A spokeswoman for BAA, which owns Heathrow, said Friday night's long queues, which saw passengers waiting for up to an hour, had cleared by midnight.
Discussing the situation today, she said:
"Everything is looking quite good in the immigration halls. Things are moving and we haven't got major queues.
"The Border Force is putting staff where they are needed at the moment."
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