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On Sky News Breakfast today,

– Long queues have formed at petrol stations again, with the problem worse in cities amid panic buying.

– The third day of Labour’s annual party conference kicks off in Brighton; Keir Starmer looks to move on from internal party row with focus on economy and foreign policy.

– Preliminary results from the German election appear to set the stage for negotiations at forming the country’s first three-way coalition government.

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