Long queues have formed in petrol stations across Buckinghamshire as the Government tried to dissuade panic buying.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said on Friday that motorists should “carry on as normal”.

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“As of last night, five petrol stations on the BP network out of 12 or 13 hundred were affected,” he said.

“I’m meeting this morning with Tesco and I’m sure they’ll give me the update for themselves.

“None of the other retailers said they had any closures.”

He added: “The others, Asda, Morrisons and other supermarkets, are saying they have no problems, as have other petrol companies.”

Despite this, queues have been seen in forecourts across the county.

One petrol station, the Shell Garage on London Road in High Wycombe, warned customers that they 'may be forced to shut within four hours' at around midday on Friday, as drivers rush to fill their tanks.

Long queues have also been seen at another Shell garage, in Taplow. 

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