As per reports, it has been revealed that Brian Madderson of the Retail Motor Industry (RMI) has raised concerns about the shortage of fuel. He is also the chairman of the body, which represents 5,000 independent petrol stations, and being a chairman, he has called up a meeting with the ministers to discuss the condition with them.
It is said that the discussions will take place on Wednesday. In addition, it has also been found that union members will also be present in the meeting, who will put forth the issues, which have been troubling them at work.
Unite's General Secretary Len McCluskey, was quite pleased with the effort of Madderson, and said that he would like to thank him to bring both the parties together to discuss the condition. On the other hand, Madderson said that they have arranged a meeting to tell the government that their confidence on them has been shaken.
"It is now very clear to the public and to the media that government created a crisis out of a concern, with some ill-conceived recommendations”, said he.
While addressing the issues of the union members, Madderson said that the union members have been asking a 27% pay rise, which is not possible at this time.
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