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Podcast: Petrol stations in Kent run dry as drivers panic buy following disruption to fuel deliveries

A number of petrol stations in Kent have run dry as drivers continue to panic buy fuel, despite being assured there is not a shortage.

The problem is with the number of HGV drivers available to get deliveries to forecourts.

BP warned last Thursday night that some of their sites may have to close – since then, drivers have been trying to stock up, leading to long queues at garages and delays on the roads.

On today’s podcast, hear how taxi drivers in Medway have been affected. We’ve also spoken to an uber driver who runs a logistics company too.

Plus we’ve spoken to a fuel campaigner who was targeted over the weekend.

A lot of you are also blaming the media for the current situation – you can hear our response.

Also in today’s podcast, Insulate Britain have been protesting again just days after blockading the Port of Dover.

Find out why a bus that has been converted into a social supermarket is going to be driving around Sheppey.

And, we hear from the Gillingham boss following their point at Oxford United at the weekend.