Morrisons calls for action on lorry driver dearth

He reckons there is a number of reasons for the shortage. “There’s Brexit to consider, with thousands of drivers no longer able to work here. And also, during lockdown, products weren’t moving across the country in the way they normally would. Now everything’s opening up again, and the workforce just isn’t there to deliver the goods.”

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