UK's Johnson calls army to supply panicked Brits with fuel

Long queues at filling stations have been a ubiquitous sight in the UK during the weekend. An official discloses that gasoline sales increased 180 percent on Friday compared to normal levels due to panic purchasing.
Photo: Eduardo Munoz/REUTERS / X01440
Photo: Eduardo Munoz/REUTERS / X01440
by marketwire, translated by jonas sahl jørgensen

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to deploy hundreds of soldiers to tackle the nation's fuel crisis. At least half of the filling stations outside the highway grid have run out of fuel, reports Financial Times.

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