- The ballot is expected to close on May 11
- Ballot papers were sent out today to more than 530 tanker drivers working for the oil distribution firm Hoyer
- Unite is re-balloting its members following concerns that some did not receive voting papers in the original ballot
A final set of proposals has been drawn up in a bid to avert strikes by fuel tanker drivers. Unite the union has until May 21st to decided whether to accept the deal.