Miliband backs Acas talks to avoid tanker driver's strike

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Queues have formed at petrol stations as demand for fuel shot up, after ministers called for people to top up in case of a tanker driver's strike.

Ministers have rejected retailer claims their advice caused "panic buying".

The leader of the Labour party, Ed Miliband, criticised the government's handling of the dispute.

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