Sky News Breakfast – Fuel crisis grows

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On Sky News Breakfast today,

– Plans to ease the pressure at the pumps, Downing Street is expected to allow a temporary visa scheme for foreign HGV drivers

– Sir Keir Starmer backtracks on plans to re-write the Labour Party rulebook ahead of this weekend’s conference

– Remembering Sabina Nessa, hundreds attend a vigil for the school teacher murdered on her way to a pub in south east London

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