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UK faces severe fuel crisis

The UK has been facing a severe fuel crisis, with long queues and pump closures.

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The UK has been facing a severe fuel crisis, with long queues and pump closures.

Up to 150 military tanker drivers will prepare to deliver to forecourts that have run dry because of panic buying. The surge in demand came amid fears a driver shortage would hit fuel supply – which is plentiful at refineries.

The country is trying to stabilize the petrol stations, going through a severe crisis. Meanwhile, the Petrol Retailers Association said there was some evidence that the number of motorists visiting petrol stations was slowly beginning to calm.

The UK is estimated to be short of more than 100,000 lorry drivers – causing problems for a range of industries, including food suppliers and supermarkets, in recent months. The government is trying to ease the situation.

Meanwhile, there are mounting calls for key workers, such as health and social care staff, to receive priority access to fuel where it is available. People have been waiting in lines outside with empty oil tanks.

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