Planning underway to avert Christmas shortages crisis, says Boris Johnson

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Boris Johnson has revealed that the Government is planning for shortages and supply chain problems to continue “to Christmas and beyond”, as he breaks his silence on the fuel crisis.

Speaking for the first time since the shortage of drivers erupted into mass panic-buying of petrol, the Prime Minister stressed that the situation was now “stabilising” and that motorists should go about their business “in their normal way”.

He told broadcasters: “What we want to do is to make sure we have all the preparations needed to get through to Christmas and beyond, not just in supply for petrol stations but all parts of the supply chain.”

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