UK dockers vow not to unload tankers carrying Russian oil and gas

Mar 03 2022


Angry dockers have vowed not to unload cargoes of Russian oil and gas, as it emerged that shipments were en route to British ports because of an apparent loophole in a government ban and could even be used to heat UK homes.

 

 

 

 

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