LONDON and the South East are still seeing a shortage of fuel at forecourt pumps as the Army begins to deliver petrol across the UK.
The situation for fuel crisis in the South East has been blasted as “absolutely horrendous” by experts – as the Army begins driving tankers to deliver petrol.
Nearly 200 soldiers are delivering fuel in a bid to end the crisis after going through a crash HGV course.
And as panic buying begins to ease around the rest of the country, prices have reached an eight year high of £1.36 a litre as motorists continue to battle a fuel crisis.
Latest government figures show that a litre of fuel has now reached 136.1p a litre and 139.2p a litre for diesel.
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