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Union warns fuel crisis will cause ‘serious difficulties’ as some teachers are unable to get to work

by LLB staff reporter
28th Sep 21 11:54 am

The teachers union NASUWT has warned that teachers will find it difficult to get to school due to the ongoing fuel crisis.

It has been reported today that many teachers have not been able to get to school which will cause “serious difficulties” for education.

Sky News reported that fuel crisis has hit school buses in parts of Oxfordshire with no buses on Tuesday morning.

Dr Patrick Roach of the teachers union said, “Following many months of disruption, it is now of the utmost priority that the government takes steps to ensure that schools and colleges remain open and that teachers and education support staff are able to get to work.

“For many teachers, the use of public transport is simply not an option, with many schools in areas that are not easily accessible other than by using private vehicles.”

The government are being urged by the union to “urgently condier” putting teachers on a priority group to access fuel at stations.

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