According to British Prime Minister Johnson, the profession of a truck driver is highly unattractive in Britain because drivers from EU countries in Central and Eastern Europe were willing to work in poor working conditions and at low wages.

Johnson, who made a statement in the BBC’s political magazine on Sunday before the start of the annual conference of the ruling Congress, said British road transport companies had not developed truck breaks in decades, improved working conditions and raised wages.

Instead, they relied largely on “extremely hard-working” workers from eastern EU countries who were willing to do the job under the circumstances, which is why the profession of a truck driver is currently unattractive in the face of such wages and working conditions, he said. saying. The British Prime Minister added.

In Britain, a shortage of truck drivers has led to severe disruptions, particularly in the fuel supply.



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