A strike in Brazil concerning lorry drivers has sparked travel concerns for British travellers.
The argument between the drivers and the government began on May 21, over the rising costs of diesel.
Petrobras, the Brazil state-owned oil company, has cut diesel prices by 10 per cent and paused prices for 15 days temporarily in a bid to give more time for negotiations between the drivers and the government.
The fuel restrictions have meant many supermarkets have been unable to restock food from deliveries, as well as fears that air…
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