Kay Burley: Should key workers have priority at petrol stations as the queuing continues?

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Kay Burley: Should key workers have priority at petrol stations as the queuing continues?” – below is their description.

On Sky News Breakfast today,

– With many petrol stations still experiencing problems, there are calls to let key workers jump the long queues.

– It’s a big day for Labour leader Keir Starmer at the party’s conference in Brighton after yesterday’s resignation from the shadow cabinet.

– And there’s been condemnation from the US after North Korea fired a suspected ballistic missile into the sea.

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