MANCHESTER, England, October 3 (Reuters) – Fuel availability at gas stations has improved in most parts of the UK, but there is still a problem in London and the Southeast, said Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ruling Conservative Party leader On Sunday.
“There is clearly still a problem in London and the South East and the people are deeply frustrated and I share their anger and frustration at not having access to gasoline. So the government is working tirelessly to resolve this situation. ”Dowden told Sky News.
Reporting by Kylie MacLellan and Elizabeth Piper, editing by Paul Sandle
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