Fridays Issues 30/03/2012 According to the press association.
A woman has been badly burned after petrol ignited as she transferred it between containers in her kitchen. The woman was decanting fuel from one container to another in a house in York when it ignited and set fire to her clothing, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said. She was taken to hospital with 40% burns to her body.
Meanwhile Carwyn Jones said ministers in London needed to calm down. The first minister has accused the UK government of behaving irresponsibly after it advised motorists to top up their fuel tanks.
Ffeirio Says! I ask you all. Not to panic. Petrol tank Drivers have voted to strike only if employers refuse to meet their demands. the strike action was called over fears concerning working conditions. Both sides are currently in talks with ACAS.
Now is not the time to start panic buying. Hoading fuel at this stage will only cause misery for thousands of Motorists You will all be given 7 days notice in the event of industrial action occuring.
This is the message that the PM and the government should have put out in the beginning. If they kept to the script there would be no crisis. Instead they decided to play party politics. Fanning the flames of greed and discontent in an effort to push the budget & the increasing backlash off the front pages. while at the same time attempting to alienate the Unite union & it`s members.
Motorists Please act sensibly. Or you will cause untold misery to thousands.
Let`s Debate this issue.
How do you think The government has handled this issue. Have they made a crisis out of a drama of the governments making? Would you give them the thumbs up ,or thumbs down regarding this issue. May be your unsure perhaps your 50/50. Let us know what you think?
- PM causes Panic Buying (ffeirio.wordpress.com)
- Acas steps in to avert tanker strike (staveleyhead.co.uk)
- British Leaders Suggest Panic Buying Of Gasoline To Avoid Panic Buying Of Gasoline (zerohedge.com)