Docker Unable to proxy outside container

I am using a WSL2 (Ubuntu-20.04) setup to run docker (v24.0.2)

In this particular environment I am not able to access the internet unless through proxy.

WSL2 has no problems connecting via
Curl --proxy or sudo apt update

when I run below commands

Docker build --tag my-docker-image --file Dockerfile .
Docker run -it --rm --name my-docker-container-wsl my-docker-image

Dockerfile contains
CMD [“bash”]

I am brough into the container in a bash terminal, but as soon as I type.

apt update
W: Failed to fetch http :// Could not connect to ( - connect (111: Connection refused)
W: Failed to fetch http :// Unable to connect to
W: Failed to fetch http :// Unable to connect to
W: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

I am at a bit of a loss why Linux is able to use the proxy but the docker container is being denied permissions.

I would like to mention that i started docker using
sudo service docker start

==additional info==
I have modifed /etc/default/docker with
export http_proxy=‘http ://’
export https_proxy=‘http ://’

and ~/.docker/config.json
“httpProxy”: “http ://”,
“httpsProxy”: “http ://”

and /etc/environment
HTTP_PROXY=“http ://”
HTTPS_PROXY=“http ://”