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Nick concluded: “We need them for three, maybe six months to get over the hurdle but Kwasi Kwarteng says, ‘No, I don’t agree with that, that allows cheap labour’.

“We should be trying to assure British lorry drivers getting a better deal from better firms.

“I say solve the problem now, worry about the rest later down the line.”

Chipping in to agree with the LBC radio DJ, Gyles said: “The long-term solution Nick has touched on. I met this week, so it happens to be one of the biggest wholesalers of food in the country.

“They operate what they call a warehouse to wheels scheme, and they take people that work in their warehouses and train them up to be heavy goods drivers.

“That is the whole point,” he added.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.



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