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Petrol stations in Yorkshire were running out of fuel today as demand soared. But one petrol station owner told ITV News there was no need - there were plenty of fuel deliveries planned.
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Half of Weymouth's petrol stations have run dry in the wake of panic-buying in the town.
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Long queues have been forming at petrol stations across Britain, as the Government dismissed accusations that it had triggered panic buying.
These images were taken at a Tesco petrol station off the A3.
People are contacting ITV News from all over the country saying that petrol stations are facing shortages.
People living in the countryside, where there are fewer petrol stations, are finding themselves stuck. Andrea Mary Graves lives in Louth, Lincolnshire where there are only two garages. One has run out of fuel and the other has large queues.
Philip Dingle is a member of the RMI Petrol Association in Attleborough in Norfolk. He says there would not be a problem if motorists only bought what fuel they needed.
The London Fire Brigade has urged businesses to place warnings on websites and petrol cans so that people don't accidentally fall foul of the law, following panic buy at petrol stations.
The law states that people should only store petrol in metal containers of a maximum of 10 litres or plastic containers of a maximum of five litres and people should have no more than two of each. Ron Dobson, Commissioner of the London Fire Brigade, said:
Damon Green reports on the fuel shortages in Cardiff, Wales.
Carl Edwards reports on fuel shortages in Potton in Bedfordshire. Rural towns and villages like Potton were the worst hit during the fuel shortages in 2000.
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Motorists have been ignoring calls not to panic buy fuel prompting shortages and queues at petrol forecourts across the country.
Petrol operators around the country have attempted to weather the latest fuel crisis, by means of hiking up prices in some areas.