Sainsbury’s drivers handed ‘inflation-busting’ 14% pay rise

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The hauliers had previously turned down a “miserly” three per cent increase
// Sainsbury’s stores across the South West have ended after drivers received a 14 per cent pay rise
// The hauliers had previously turned down a “miserly” three per cent increase

Fears of festive shortages at Sainsbury’s stores across the South West have ended after drivers received a 14 per cent pay rise.

The 140 hauliers, employed by DHL and members of trade union Unite, had previously turned down a “miserly” three per cent increase.

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