December 2, 2021

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The British government stopped the army and the soldiers were stopped in tankers

The British government stopped the army and the soldiers were stopped in tankers

The army began to assist British service stations. According to Reuters, members of the military arrived at BP’s fuel depot today. Many service stations have been closed for the past few days due to non-delivery of fuel due to shortage of tanker drivers. However, British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak said today that the situation was deteriorating.

The British government last week ordered the army to help with fuel supplies due to a severe shortage of drivers. Due to the situation that is the result of Brexit and Govit-19 infections, there are no basic food items or medicines in the British stores. Some began to buy goods and petrol in a panic. Many petrol stations have been closed, others are forming and clashes are taking place.

As an extra precaution, we have called for additional drivers. Sunak radio station LBC confirmed. “I think the situation is improving every day for more than a week … and we have strong expectations that things will be resolved automatically as demand has returned to a very normal level.” Sunak said.

At least a dozen gas stations in London have been closed, according to Reuters reporters. The Fuel Distributors Association estimates that about 22 percent of service stations in London and the southeastern UK are still out of fuel. Gordon Palmer, president of the association, estimated that it could take a week to ten days for the situation to return to normal.

British ministers have repeatedly denied that the petrol crisis was in any way linked to Brexit, and described driver shortages as a global problem even though other Western European countries have not dealt with petrol councils.

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Sunak reiterated today that the lack of truck drivers is not only a British problem, but also a European and non-European problem. “I want people to know that we’re doing what we can to alleviate some of the problems we can make about it.” Pledged to the British Treasury.