Fuel strike in the UK
Why did the British Government set the nation off to panic buy petrol causing all sorts of mayhem before anything concrete has actually been decided about a fuel strike
Because the British Government thought it would be a lot worse if the fuel strike actually happens and the public hasn't been warned, so they thought it was better to take precautions and warn people of what possibly might happen. The British public are quite seperated from the Government and so most will just panic instead of read the facts. It's a shame really.
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