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1 hour ago, DIDO.1 said:

To be fair he looks like a farmer....probably photo taken somewhere where he had to put a mask on to enter the petrol station. Now the poor cnut is going to go viral 😂

Slurry stains on his jeans I’d tend to agree. 
biggest c**t in that photo is the one behind the camera. 

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Social media driven and attracted the same toilet roll bread hoarders who don’t work  while all the nurses doctors home help carers and other services get fkd over by the Twitter wankers 

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9 hours ago, dytkos said:

Just said on the radio the demand this week has been 500% more than usual. 500% ffs

Cheers, D.

 

If that’s true of the whole country then there’s gonna be a massive drop this week. As all those folks, who only normally need a tenner to get them through the week but filled the tank for the first time in their lives, won’t need any for two months!

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Just to clarify, I put £111 in my van on Friday as per usual, company van company fuel card so I run low then fill it up will last about a month depending on job locations, just saying so I don’t get hated on for taking all the juice  😂😂

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Just dropped my missus at the big, out of town Tesco at Kingston Park, outside Newcastle.

As I drove past the forecourt, the queues were no different to a normal Monday morning so I pulled in, filled up with the cheapest E10 around, £1.33, and drove off.

No queues, no shortage, no drama.

Then I get home and Sky News is telling me that 90% of filling stations are experiencing shortages, there's 3-4 hour queues, fights are breaking out, the government is going to bring the army in........

WHAT THE f**k IS GOING ON ?????

Cheers.

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47 minutes ago, chartpolski said:

Just dropped my missus at the big, out of town Tesco at Kingston Park, outside Newcastle.

As I drove past the forecourt, the queues were no different to a normal Monday morning so I pulled in, filled up with the cheapest E10 around, £1.33, and drove off.

No queues, no shortage, no drama.

Then I get home and Sky News is telling me that 90% of filling stations are experiencing shortages, there's 3-4 hour queues, fights are breaking out, the government is going to bring the army in........

WHAT THE f**k IS GOING ON ?????

Cheers.

Media are c unts that's what's going on 

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1 hour ago, chartpolski said:

Just dropped my missus at the big, out of town Tesco at Kingston Park, outside Newcastle.

As I drove past the forecourt, the queues were no different to a normal Monday morning so I pulled in, filled up with the cheapest E10 around, £1.33, and drove off.

No queues, no shortage, no drama.

Then I get home and Sky News is telling me that 90% of filling stations are experiencing shortages, there's 3-4 hour queues, fights are breaking out, the government is going to bring the army in........

WHAT THE f**k IS GOING ON ?????

Cheers.

Let me think 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 oh we are being lied to again ,surprise 😂

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1 hour ago, chartpolski said:

Just dropped my missus at the big, out of town Tesco at Kingston Park, outside Newcastle.

As I drove past the forecourt, the queues were no different to a normal Monday morning so I pulled in, filled up with the cheapest E10 around, £1.33, and drove off.

No queues, no shortage, no drama.

Then I get home and Sky News is telling me that 90% of filling stations are experiencing shortages, there's 3-4 hour queues, fights are breaking out, the government is going to bring the army in........

WHAT THE f**k IS GOING ON ?????

Cheers.

Remainer whinging. But thers been a lorry driver shortage fir many yrs 

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Panic mentality. A bit of a fuel supply problem due to a shortage of drivers that was exacerbated by panic buying.

Now unfortunately the lack of fuel for lorries may well just exacerbate the general lack of drivers so slow deliveries across the board which in turn will lead to shortages in other areas so leading to more panic buying etc etc.

I was always against Brexit for the very reasons we are seeing but that's beyond the point now. In reality it needn't have been like this if we had negotiated a better withdrawal agreement. One that gave a managed withdrawal allowing time for our businesses to adapt to the change, this is the perfect example in that we knew there would be a driver shortage so needed time to train new drivers, needed incentives for companies to do so etc but did nothing other than bury their heads in the sand.

But this is just one of many cock up unfolding, things like EU companies can import to us without checks etc yet we can't export without them which is leaving us at a massive disadvantage but we cant do anything about it so it goes on and on. cost are increasing across the board, just look at the building industry. 

Another, a lot of the EU countries have a joined up energy purchasing/supply agreement, we were in it, and as part of this they have higher stores and lower costs than we do. We didn't need to leave it we could have continued to be a part of it outside of the EU and benefited from their ability to bulk buy but we left for no apparent reason and so were getting shafted on price.

We can't harvest our crops, drive our buses, deliver our goods etc etc, whilst the rest of Europe carry on regardless with minimal disruption. Alas we knew this would happen, the Government were warned so why didn't they plan ahead within the negations and deal with this before it became a problem? If we had a decently negotiated withdrawal deal we could have manged with minimal chaos but some twits voted in Boris the Clown and his flying circus. 

Basically bankrupt in the short term and bankrupt in the long term and the world laughing at the sick man of Europe as Boris destroys our economy.

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1 hour ago, chartpolski said:

Just dropped my missus at the big, out of town Tesco at Kingston Park, outside Newcastle.

As I drove past the forecourt, the queues were no different to a normal Monday morning so I pulled in, filled up with the cheapest E10 around, £1.33, and drove off.

No queues, no shortage, no drama.

Then I get home and Sky News is telling me that 90% of filling stations are experiencing shortages, there's 3-4 hour queues, fights are breaking out, the government is going to bring the army in........

WHAT THE f**k IS GOING ON ?????

Cheers.

Southern budgies with their histrionics

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