"Chris Hunt" is a British journalist, magazine editor, and author. He has worked in journalism for over twenty years, most often writing about football or rock music. He was managing editor of Match magazine/Match from 1993 to 2001, a period that saw the weekly title become Britain's biggest selling football magazine. Between 2001 and 2006 he was the Editor of a series of special editions of UK music magazines, Mojo (magazine)/Mojo, Q (magazine)/Q, Uncut (magazine)/Uncut and New Musical Express, producing themed publications on subjects such as The Beatles, U2, Kurt Cobain, Oasis (band)/Oasis, punk rock and mod (subculture)/mod. He was the editor of the series of three special editions of Mojo magazine that told the story of The Beatles one thousands days at a time - the three magazines were eventually published as the book, The Beatles: 10 Years That Shook The World, by Dorling Kindersley in 2004.

His book, World Cup Stories: The History Of The FIFA World Cup, was published in April 2006 to accompany a BBC television series of the same name. The book was updated in November 2006 and published in a Greek language edition in 2010. His second book about the tournament, The Compact Book Of The World Cup, was published in 2010 in both the UK and North America (in the USA it was titled World Cup Of Soccer: The Complete Guide).

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The panic buying tends to be a blip. Once you've filled your tank you can't fill it up again.

We're in a process now of replenishing. We had coming up on a week's worth of buying in one day.

I am hopeful it will be a normal working day.

We've been working on this for months, but this is the first step for consumers. They are merging into our network and into our rate plans. The next step will be changes in billing and in the name of the company. That won't happen until sometime next year.

I am hopeful it will be a normal working day. Our tanker drivers will be operating as normal.

I brought books, but I haven't had much time to open them.

I think it is rather unfortunate that motorists filled up in panic buying when they will find it 4p cheaper now.

We're working flat-out to replenish the sites that have run dry because of panic buying. It will take today and a bit of tomorrow.

We believe our plans are easier to understand, and we offer more coverage nationwide, so customers will get more bang for the buck. But those who feel more comfortable with their Cellular One plan will be able to stay with it.