Tesco seeks to bypass union in Booker lorry drivers dispute

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The end of days must be approaching ... a government representative has (anonymously) sided with the Unite union and told companies to whack up the wages of lorry drivers Another day, another tale of food shortages in the UK, this time featuring lorry drivers working for ()’s cash-and-carry business, Booker. A dispute between the Unite union, which represents heavy goods vehicle (HGV) drivers, and Booker has been rumbling on for days and the two parties are still at loggerheads. READ First Nando's, next it could be pubs to experience the Great British chicken shortage In the latest exchange of fire, Unite accused Booker of trying to hoodwink its lorry drivers on pay by bypassing the union and putting a proposal directly to staff. Unite says the terms of the offer are “far below the settlement that Unite negotiated for its drivers based at Booker’s depot in Hemel Hempstead in July”. “Booker’s ham-fisted decision to attempt to cut Unite out of negotiations has
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