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gulliver1 | 16:08 Tue 28th Sep 2021 | News
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Where is the Clown thats running the Circus. Has he still got his head buried in the sand somewhere, hoping someone else will come up with a solution and then he can make an appearance, Come out of hiding Boris
..... Your Country need YOU.......It's time to surface and sort this mess out that you have got the UK into.

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Gully I think some of the AB lay-dees have the hots for boris the bonk lol!
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18.29 Boris and Brexit go together like a "Horse and Carriage" and both were voted for,,,, Lest we forget.
thats what I admire about you Gully -the ability to see both sides of the story, a rare gift.
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Well at least I am not suffering from Tunnel vision APG.
It’s quite strange to think of Boris as camera shy .
One good thing Gully is the fact that all these shortages are nothing to do with Brexit,no sirree,nothing whatsoever to do with the biggest mistake Britain has ever made in the past 500 years.No sirree.The Brexiteers on AB told me so.
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Anne @22.21, Boris ain't Camera shy as you say,but I think at the moment he and his MPs are running scared, very very scared ,and keeping their heads down or in the sand......... If a G/E were to happen now.. the Cons wouldn't stand a chance of getting elected.
Stop feeding the troll people
//As far as I know voters put Boris there to run the Country , and I thought making sure the Public have food and fuel would be part of his job .//

I didn't vote for him to run the haulage companies. I don't want politicians of any persuasion running commercial enterprises. The lack of staff suffered by hauliers is because they have failed over many years (not just the last week) to ensure they have sufficient numbers of properly trained people. Expecting the government to take over that task now their failures have been exposed is a bit rich. For them to blame Brexit is disingenuous. They knew how many EU employees they had; they should have estimated how many of them might have decided to leave the country and taken steps to recruit replacements.

The one overriding responsibility the PM has is to stop using taxpayers' money to pay people to sit at home whilst businesses have so many vacancies, and to stop using that money to meet part of employers' pay bills (in the form of "Working Tax Credits") because they do not pay a realistic salary.

The one thing the Prime Minister can and must do is to get the staff of the DVLA back to work properly so that at least one problem - the delay in processing HGV licence applications - is removed.
Wouldn't be so bad if it was a funny troll but his wit and repartee are as elusive as one of his links.
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22.27 Ynnafymmi, Boris is now saying that the fuel crisis is now almost over.
The Tv shows massive grid locked roads with queues at filling stations.
The fuel suppliers say they are desperately in need of tanker drivers.
Boris is telling porkies again,.... and as you say.
This is nothing at all to do with Brexit..... CHPMSL.
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N/J @22.59 " Get the staff of the DVLA back to work properly "
Problem is though N/J .Those staff have enjoyed working from home on full salary, how the heck can you test a HGV Driver fom home.
//If a G/E were to happen now.. the Cons wouldn't stand a chance of getting elected.//

Really? Do you honestly think the current Labour party would win? A half decent one might, but not the leaderless shambles they currently have.
Who delivered the fuel last month, the month before and the month before that? Has everyone suddenly gone on holiday or fallen ill?
Boris was on the news yesterday, didn't you notice gully, sure that you would being such a big fan.
The so called "fuel crisis" is only a crisis because stupid panic-buying motorists (egged on by the press) have made it so.
Having worked in the transport and warehouse industry for 45 years, I can tell you that driver shortage is nothing new. In 2016, the RHA said there was a shortage of 40,000 drivers. That was in the year that this country voted for Brexit (just sayin'). Since 2016, the figure has increased by 150%. Why has that happened? The industry has known about this for many years and it has been allowed to grow. Brexit and Covid didn't help, for sure, but this has been happening for many years. And nothing, I mean nothing, has been done about it. By anyone.
so what about Poland and the EU, why do they have problems then, because apparently Poland is leading the way in needing over a hundred thousand drivers, and the rest of the EU not much better
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Boto 06.48,..... "Has everyone suddenly gone on holiday or fallen ill"......
NO!
They have gone back home in the E/U forced out of the UK by the Brexiteers .
They all went last week, gully?

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