Britain’s fuel supply crisis seems to be over. The BBC reported on Thursday that reserves at gas stations had returned to normal.
According to the Ministry of Energy, fuel pump tanks are on average 45% full. This is the highest level since May.
Many stations have been dry for weeks. So the British began to stockpile.
The crisis is not linked to a shortage of fuel, but to a shortage of truck drivers. By September, pump stock was down by an average of 15%, prompting the government to mobilize the military to supply petroleum products.
The suburbs of London and the southeast of England were the last to return to normal supply levels.
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It is estimated that 100,000 lorry drivers are in decline in the UK transport business. The administrator announced that 5,000 temporary visas would be issued to foreign workers to address the shortage.
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