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Sport Supply Crisis in the United Kingdom: Johnson before turning

14:40  25 september  2021
14:40  25 september  2021 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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Massive delivery problems for gasoline and food, the government in the United Kingdom is apparently for an abrupt turnaround.

Eine Tankstelle in Sheffield, die wegen Kraftstoffmangel geschlossen ist. © Danny Lawson / Pa Wire / DPA A gas station in Sheffield, which is closed due to fuel shortage.

as British media reported on Saturday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to bring thousands of foreign truck drivers into the country with the help of exemptions to become the country's acute crisis. The sharp brexit visa requirements are currently complicating the immigration of skilled workers so that the logistics industry is even more under pressure.

most recently became known that some energy companies could not supply dozens of petrol stations. It was partly long snakes. These images that Johnson have led to rethink how it means in the British leaves. "Boris has fully full of the bad headlines and wants it to be solved, he no longer screams for visa bars," quoted the "Financial Times" a "ally" Johnson.

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Thousands of riders from abroad are not enough

business representatives showed themselves facilitated. However, the industrial association CBI warned the government before believing that the crisis was solved by several thousand foreign drivers, especially as numerous industries complain about skilled workers. "We have no trained butchers, we have no trained welders, we have no chefs, we have no electrical engineers, therefore there is a labor shortage in the entire economy," CBI-boss Tony said thank you the BBC.

The government demands from the companies to set and educate more British workers and pay higher wages. Thank you acknowledged reforms, but criticize the government for your approach. "You can not transform luggage tools overnight in butchers or shopkeepers in chefs," he said.

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in the United Kingdom are missing according to estimates of the industry association Road Hauilage Association about 100,000 truck drivers. Therefore, there were in many places to bottlenecks and empty supermarket courses. The energy companies BP and Esso could no longer supply some petrol stations with fuel because of the driver's fangle. Other industries such as the meat manufacturers complain of an eclatant skilled worker shortage. Since Brexit, EU citizens have to get expensive visas to work to Great Britain. Even the enormously increased gas prices hit the supply, on hundreds of thousands of consumers increases higher invoices.

Fuel is almost

the energy companies BP and Esso closed several dozen petrol stations, else there were either gasoline or diesel. The operator EG Group led an upper limit of 30 pounds (35 euros) per customer at the dispenser. Cabinet members called the population in partly shrill tone to refrain from panic purchases. "There is no fuel shortage," Minister of Culture Nadine Dorries tweeted. "I repeat: there is no fuel shortage !!»

For the visa exceptions, there should be an upper limit that could be at 5000 after information from the Sky News station. A government spokesman emphasized, every regulation would "very strictly limited". The Vizechefin of the Opposition Labor Party, Angela Rayner, criticized in the BBC, the government had brought itself to this position because of its fatal decisions.

experts also warned that foreign professionals could not find the planned regulation at all attractively. Because they should be afraid to leave the country again after a few months. Since many truck drivers are also searched in the EU, the specialists could prefer a secure job in the community.

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