Petrol shortage update: How much fuel is there in my region?

A ‘no fuel’ sign on the forecourt of a petrol station in London (Dominic Lipinski/PA) (PA Wire)
A ‘no fuel’ sign on the forecourt of a petrol station in London (Dominic Lipinski/PA) (PA Wire)

New Government figures show filling stations in Britain had an average fuel stock level of 25% on Sunday, down from 33% before the crisis.

But the situation varies in different regions.

Here is a breakdown of average fuel stock levels – how full filling station storage tanks were – at the end of the day on Sunday:

North-east England: 33%

North-west England: 28%

Yorkshire and The Humber: 28%

East Midlands: 22%

West Midlands: 26%

East of England: 19%

London: 18%

South-east England: 16%

South-west England: 26%

Wales: 30%

Scotland: 35%

England: 23%

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