something from last week Oil companies warn of supply problems due to shortage of truck drivers to transport fuel.
In recent days, heavy lines and violent scenes have been seen at many gas station pumps across the British territory, which were scuttled as a result of the crisis.
“Military crews will be a great help but priority should be given to shipment to independent stations which are ultimately life-long supply centers”Brian Maderson, president of the Association of Service Station Operators, explained.
In addition, the British government announced the launch of a visa renewal scheme about 5,000 foreign carriers That they will have to leave the country on December 24 and they will now be able to stay till the end of February.
The same will happen with 300 other drivers who were offered temporary visas by the government till March 2022.
In this context, according to the Europa Press news agency, the British opposition called an emergency session with the British Prime Minister’s presence in Parliament to explain the circumstances of the crisis.
“Job shortages, rising costs, empty supermarkets, fuel crises and trade barriers are causing us huge losses.”criticized Ian Blackford, the leader of the Scottish Nationalist Party.
Despite the crisis, Britain’s Trade Secretary Quasi Quarteng tried to calm down.
“There is no shortage of fuel in the UK and right now we are seeing stabilization in demand. Our storage capacity remains high, as are initial fuel shipments.”, Argument.
Shortages in this area affected the whole of Europe, but the problem in the United Kingdom was exacerbated by Brexit, as many Europeans returned to their countries of origin or decided to work elsewhere and were now unable to return due to new immigration. or are reluctant to have rules that make it difficult and delayed to enter British territory, when they were allowed to enter and move freely.
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