Delivery to a gas station in Basingstoke, UK (archive picture): everything normal?
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The supply of fuel at British petrol stations is back to normal, according to the government.
The BBC reported, citing statistics from the British Ministry of Commerce.
According to this, the inventories at gas stations in the United Kingdom have risen again to 45 percent on average - the last time in May.
Just a few weeks ago, drivers in Great Britain were facing considerable difficulties.
Many petrol stations were left out on dry land.
The low was hit on September 25th when average fuel supplies dropped to 15 percent.
The background to the problems was an acute shortage of truck drivers in Great Britain.
It is estimated that there is a shortage of 100,000 truck drivers in the UK.
Due to the tightened immigration rules after Brexit, the shortage can no longer be compensated for with workers from the EU in the short term.
In addition, after initial reports of bottlenecks, there was a sharp increase in demand for fuels.
The British government had used the army to deal with the fuel crisis.
In addition, a total of 5,000 temporary visas should be issued for truck drivers.
However, the interest in it was very limited.
dab / dpa / Reuters