Britain offers up to 10,500 temporary work visas for labor shortages, an unexpected turnaround in immigration after Brexit, taken by the government on Saturday.
These three-month permits, from October to December, have to make up for one Cries over lack of truck drivers But more Staff In key sectors of the UK economy such as poultry farming.
Despite government calls in recent days and not to panic, gas stations have been hit by the storm due to storage, which will also affect the shelves of agricultural food items.
The government has not yet responded to calls to send troops to help distribute the fuel.
This result Reopen the floodgates of professional immigration Going against the line protected by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his government continues to insist that the UK will no longer rely on foreign workers.
For months the government tried to prevent this from happening, Despite warnings from many economic sectors And estimated deficit 100,000 truck drivers.
In addition to these work visas, it should be possible to ensure other exceptional activitiesPre-Christmas presentation, Transport Secretary Grant Shops said.
Defense Ministry selectors will be mobilized to send thousands of heavy truck licenses in the coming weeks.
The Department of Education and its partner companies are releasing millions of pounds Train for 4,000 trucks By setting up Training camps to increase speed.
Mr. He invited the shop owners to play alongBy continuously improving working conditions and wages to retain new drivers“.
Under pressure, the government will thwart the withdrawal of all HGV licensees: one million letters will have to go to tell non-drivers to return to work.
However, Ruby McGregor-Smith, president of the British Chamber of Commerce, said the number of visas was “not enough” and “not enough to solve this problem.”This ad is the equivalent of wanting to turn off the campfire with a glass of waterShe said.
Boris Johnson faced increasing pressure. The effects of the Govt-19 crisis and Brexit have exacerbated the deficit, coupled with rising energy prices.
Factories, restaurants and supermarkets have been affected by the lack of truck drivers for weeks and even months.
Frozen Food Group Iceland and retailer Tesco have warned of a shortage for Christmas.
Milk shakes and drinks ran out last month at fast food chain McDonald’s. Competitor KFC was forced to remove items from its menu, while Nando’s chain temporarily closed dozens of restaurants due to a lack of chickens.
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