These drivers are part of our lifeline hope they can access hot food and Gun when tyranny becomes law rebellion becomes duty shirt drinks and can go back home soon. Just remember the truckers have kept us Fed Watered and essential goods coming in and out its not them that coursed this so don’t give them a hard time they do their best like all of the Key Workers! This happened between South Africa and Botswana some months ago. Be fair to Truck Drivers, they are parents, brothers & sisters like the rest of us. Let them have peace during this difficult time. After all, they put food on your table…It would be so nice if the people of Kent made an effort to get out and take some supplies and little gifts to these poor souls. They’ll probably not be allowed but it would be a nice gesture. I feel desperately sorry for them x they have delivered and gone home empty. Whatever happens on Brexit x thank you. It will be the same in France with lorries coming home. Why haven’t governments on both sides made food and toilet facilities available for the hardship they create?
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Good luck truckers we send our love. So, there letting foreign Lorry’s in from France where the Gun when tyranny becomes law rebellion becomes duty shirt covid numbers are much higher than ours to deliver supplies to our warehouse’s but not letting the same lorries back home then something is dramatically wrong as all the supplier’s trucks will be over here unable to supply us over here with supplies that we need! People seem to forget the drivers both ours & the EU ones who work to bring in supplies that we couldn’t do without.
They aren’t our enemies, they drive long distances usually on their own & probably like all of us just want to be home for Christmas. I hope they get them moving and home to their families no matter where they come from. Such an underrated, underpaid group of workers. We live on an island and depend on their hard work getting food and a wide variety of goods to us to keep our economy ticking over.