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Britain may ease curbs on foreign trucks

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The UK government is considering suspending the limit on the number of drop-offs that foreign truck drivers can make on their trips to the UK to alleviate problems in the UK supply chain.

In a statement, the Ministry of Transport, under a proposal announced on October 14, allowed foreign trucks to make an unlimited number of stops within the first two weeks of entering the UK, adding thousands. He said it could facilitate delivery. The new rules may come into force at the end of the year and may last for six months.

The government also provides pork butchers with 800 short-term work visas to address the unprocessed portion of pigs waiting for slaughter.

Britain’s departure from the EU, COVID-19 pandemic, and soaring natural gas prices have emptied supermarket shelves, collapsed energy companies, depleted gas stations, and piled up containers. The economy is facing an unprecedented wave of shortages. The side of the port.

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