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Letters: Why aren’t Italians fighting for their liberty?

14 August 2021

9:00 AM

14 August 2021

9:00 AM

Wage concern

Sir: Martin Vander Weyer’s call for higher wages to end the shortage of British HGV drivers (‘Your country needs you at the wheel of a lorry’, 7 August) should be extended to other hard-pressed economic areas which have lost cheap labour from the poorer EU countries. For far too long, farming, hospitality, construction, care homes and other vital services have failed to recruit and train local staff or pay a decent wage.

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