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Supply crisis: 'Catastrophic' panic buying of fuel 'going to get worse', says industry expert
Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations for a second day - as an industry expert predicted the "catastrophic situation" is going to get worse before it improves.
Supply crisis: Why is there a HGV driver shortage and how bad could the problem get?
Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations and caused some pumps to run dry - the latest consequence of a shortage of HGV drivers which is causing widespread disruption in the UK.
Labour conference 2021: Sir Keir Starmer forced to water down Labour reforms amid internal party battle in Brighton
Sir Keir Starmer has been forced to water down his planned overhaul of Labour rules at the opening of the party's conference in Brighton, as he was accused of an "almost pathological fear of democracy" in pushing for change.
Sabina Nessa: Book of condolence opened in memory of 28-year-old teacher killed in Kidbrooke, southeast London
A book of condolence has been opened at a community centre near to where Sabina Nessa lived and was killed.
Two detained Canadians return home from China after Huawei's Meng Wanzhou allowed to leave Canada
Two Canadians have returned home from China after being released from prison where they were held on alleged spying charges.
Teesside Airport shuts for the weekend after light aircraft incident left three people in hospital
Teesside International Airport has closed its runway for the weekend after an incident involving a light aircraft left three people in hospital with injuries.
Staffordshire: Boy, 12, dies after suffering serious injuries at indoor ski centre
A 12-year-old boy has died after being seriously injured at an indoor ski centre in Tamworth.
COVID-19: Another 122 coronavirus-related deaths reported as 31,348 more test positive across the UK
Another 122 COVID-19 deaths and a further 31,348 cases have been recorded in the UK in the latest 24-hour reporting period, government figures show.
Taliban publicly hangs dead body as prisons chief says group will resume punishment killings and amputations
One of the founders of the Taliban has said that the group will resume executions and amputations as punishment, as witnesses have described a dead body being hung in a busy city centre.
Petrol driver shortage: Desperate motorists fill jerry cans with fuel as more foreign HGV drivers set to be allowed to work in UK
Long queues of motorists waiting to fill up their tanks are continuing for a second day - as the government is expected to clear the way for a visa change allowing thousands of foreign lorry drivers to work in the UK.