With the fuel crisis showing no signs of going away we'd like to hear if you think key workers should be priority.

For a week drivers have faced long delays and queues at the pumps while some forecourts remain shut due to the shortage of fuel and lorry drivers.

The military will begin delivering petrol across the UK from Monday and experts warn the situation is worse in London and the south east.

Brian Madderson, chairman of the Petrol Retailers Association, which represents nearly 5,500 of the UK's 8,300 petrol stations said there were fewer dry sites in Scotland, the north of England and parts of the Midlands.


He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme the situation had got worse in London and south-east England.

He said the military drivers will be a "large help" but a "prioritisation of deliveries to filling stations, particularly the independent ones, which are the neighbourhood sites" was needed "immediately".

During the week bus services were cut and delayed due to the long queues at the refuelling stations.