Supply chain crisis could last months admits PM but fuel situation ‘improving’

Labour accuses PM of ‘reducing the country to chaos’ with cars continuing to queue and fights breaking out

Britain’s supply chain strain could last until after Christmas, Boris Johnson has admitted as he urged motorists to stop panic-buying fuel by insisting supplies were “improving” – despite thousands of forecourts remaining dry.

The prime minister intervened after being accused by Labour of “reducing the country to chaos” with car queues continuing to build up and fights breaking out at petrol stations, while teachers and hospital workers were left unable to get to work.

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