After a chaotic week, the government decides to employ the military. From Monday they will be driving the trucks to get the country out of the crisis
The army is coming to stem the petrol crisis in the UK. From Monday they will be soldiers driving trucks who deliver fuel to service stations. The decision comes at the end of a chaotic week in which citizens have rushed to stock up on gasoline even going so far as to fight each other to refuel.
The military will complete training over the weekend e from Monday they will be able to refuel the petrol stations. The situation is stabilizing, our Armed Forces are ready to fill vacancies and help the country move forward by delivering fuel, Defense Minister Ben Wallace said.
Britain’s exit from the European Union and the pandemic have caused a shortage of personnel which has put some sectors of the economy in crisis. At least 2 thousand petrol pumps are dry and motorists form long queues in front of the few open gas stations. People exasperated: I’m fed up, because this country is never ready for anything he told the Reuters Ata Uriakhil, an Afghan-born taxi driver as he waited his turn along with 40 other cars in Richmond.
October 2, 2021 (change October 2, 2021 | 08:26)
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