Inside Labour | SA should draw lessons from Britain’s truck drivers shortage

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Official data showed 52 000 vacancies for posts in transport in the three months through September 2021, the highest since records began in 2001.
Official data showed 52 000 vacancies for posts in transport in the three months through September 2021, the highest since records began in 2001.
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It also highlighted the grotesque gulf between the rich and poor in a way that justifies the trade union dictum: “An injury to one is an injury to all.”

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