P&O Ferries boss ‘incredibly sorry’ for impact of sackings

When challenged on pay levels, and the fact that seafarers on Dover to Calais route were being paid well below the UK National Minimum Wage, he said the firm’s wages were consistent with international standards, adding the crewing model was consistent with 80% of global shipping.

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