THE UK petrol crisis continues to rumble on – amid warnings it could be WEEKS before things return to normal.
However some supermarkets are operating as normal.
Sainsbury’s has said it is not currently experiencing any issues at its petrol stations, of which there are around 300.
A spokesperson said: “We’re closely monitoring the situation and working closely with our supplier to maintain fuel supply.”
But that doesn’t mean shoppers and drivers won’t experience long queues and potential delays as it can vary between locations.
Meanwhile, the Petrol Retailers Association (PRA) has warned that fuel shortages are getting worse in some parts of the country.
Chariman Brian Madderson said it remains a “really big problem” in London and the South East.
He told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: “In London and the South East and possibly parts of eastern England, if anything it had got worse.”
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