Tomorrow we’ll know if there will really be a petrol lorry strike or not. Last time, we only heard they voted for a strike but didn’t set a date. From the Telegraph:
Officials from the tanker drivers’ union Unite turned down the deal which was thrashed out during six days of talks between the union and representatives of six fuel distribution companies.
The union will have to name strike dates, or other forms of industrial action, by Friday afternoon unless employers agree to extend the deadline.
What will happen this time? More panic buying? More people taking reasonable steps to provide for their own good? More queues for 999 services?
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