CHRIS Grayling has been indicted of “trying to silence” haulage bosses with threats after they spoke out over his No Deal plans.
The truckers’ organisation explain a Transport Secretary left intimidating voicemail messages for their boss.
They explain a uneasy Cabinet apportion vowed to cut them out of his skeleton if they went open opposite him again.
On a message, performed by a BBC Panorama programme on No Deal, Mr Grayling said: “I’ve got to contend how really unhappy we am… we had dictated to rivet we closely in a formulation over a subsequent few months, though arising a press recover true after assembly like that creates it most some-more formidable for me to do that”.
Road Haulage Association Chief Executive Richard Burnett pronounced a Transport Secretary was “trying to overpower an attention that’s perplexing to assistance supervision beam them”.
Mr Burnett added: “My clarity of that summary was – possibly close adult or we don’t engage. You possibly play round with us or we won’t be partial of a negotiations on interest of a industry”.
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