Almost two hundred lorry drivers who face being made redundant by trucking firm Eddie Stobart have held an emergency mass meeting.
The men, who work at the Tescos depot in Doncaster, recently had their contracts transferred to the transport company, who say the reorganisation is necessary. The drivers say they are worried about their future.
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