UK supply chains set to lose 20% of workforce if there is a no-deal Brexit

December 20, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

UK supply chains face losing a fifth of their staff in the event of a no-deal Brexit, with the Freight Transport Association (FTA) calling on industry to object to immigration proposals.
Under the proposed changes, there would no longer be a preference for EU citizens, and workers must earn at least £30,000.
EU nationals make up 13% (43,000) of the UK’s drivers, while 19% (193,000) of warehouse staff, and 25% (19,000) of ...

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