After gasoline, a new crisis threatens the British


The newspaper “Daily Mail” that the United Kingdom may face a crisis in the availability of toilet paper in light of high gas prices to historical levels.

The newspaper quoted an official in the Paper Industry Association that manufacturers have been seriously affected by the high costs of manufacturing toilet paper and packaging, and Andrew Large, Executive Director of the Paper Industry Association, said that this affects revenues and leads to a decrease in production.

The newspaper pointed out that one out of every 10 companies in the United Kingdom is forced to raise the prices of goods and services, due to the high prices of electricity and gas.

The newspaper claimed that “the situation is due to Russia’s failure to increase supplies of natural gas to Europe,” and these allegations come despite Russia’s commitment in the gas contracts concluded, and it has also expressed its willingness to increase the supply of blue fuel to Europe.

In addition, the United Kingdom is facing problems in the supply chains of fuel (gasoline) and commodities due to the Corona crisis and the decline in the number of transport companies in Britain after Britain’s exit from the European Union.

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