More than two thousand British gas stations were still dry on Thursday due a shortage of truck drivers which was starting to disrupt deliveries to pharmacies, while farmers warned a lack of butchers could lead to a massive cull of pigs.
In a chaotic week where fights broke out at gas stations and people filled up old water bottles with petrol, British ministers have repeatedly said the crisis was easing, though they ordered soldiers on Wednesday to start driving fuel tankers.
"Have you got any unleaded?"
September 2021 and this is the scene at petrol stations across the UK.
— Jonathan Josephs (@jonathanjosephs) September 26, 2021
UK fuel crisis: Quarter of gas stations dry t.co/z1ZbHsqXck
— John Mackey (@jpamackey) October 1, 2021
— Andy Roper (@andyjr1975) October 1, 2021
h/t Digital mix guy