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Top business leaders and ministers rush to back our Keep On Trucking campaign


MINISTERS and top business leaders have rushed to back our ‘Keep On Trucking’ campaign to drive up the number of Brits working as HGV truckers.

Minister for Employment Mims Davies MP said: “Hats off to the Sun for launching this campaign to get more Brits behind the big wheel.”

Ministers have backed The Sun's Keep On Trucking campaign

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Ministers have backed The Sun’s Keep On Trucking campaignCredit: Getty
The Sun is offering free job advertisements for firms advertising truck driver roles

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The Sun is offering free job advertisements for firms advertising truck driver roles

Jason Whittenham, MD of HGV driver recruitment agency Kenect Recruitment said: “The Sun’s campaign is amazing.

“Well done for publicising such a great incentive in these difficult times.”

Andrew Murphy, Executive Director, Operations for the John Lewis Partnership added: “Being an LGV driver offers flexibility, fantastic benefits and support in career development, so we hope The Sun’s campaign will help to encourage more people into working in this important role.”

Across the country, scores of firms from big-name retailers and supermarkets to local small businesses have pledged jobs to help end the 100,000 driver shortage.

The Sun is also offering free job listings for firms struggling to recruit HGV drivers.

For more information, visit https://jobs.thesun.co.uk/

Keep on trucking

THE Sun’s Keep On Trucking campaign aims to recruit thousands of lorry drivers to beat the UK’s delivery crisis.

We’re offering free driver ads on Sun Jobs online and have teamed up with businesses who will help you retrain.

Join our campaign here and find out more about jobs here.





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