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Empty shelves, lines for fuel. This is not only the “Brexit effect”. What’s happening?

by drbyos

Huge queues in front of gas stations and empty shelves in shops – the images that the United Kingdom has recently provided are astonishing. The causes of these problems, however, are more complex than you might think. It’s not just about Brexit.

  • The British panicked to buy fuel
  • The EG Group chain, which manages around 350 stations, has introduced a limit on gasoline purchases, and BP has temporarily closed some of the stations
  • Some popular supermarkets lack products. Popular fast-food chains are also facing their shortage
  • The food industry is calling for a quick solution to the problem of the lack of drivers, because it expects a similar phenomenon – even on a larger scale – before Christmas
  • More such information can be found on the main page of Onet.pl

On the weekend, photos and videos were streamed from the Islands showing lines of cars lined up in front of gas stations. Panicked people started to refuel their cars, fearing that there would not be enough fuel for them.

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