Tanker drivers based at Stanlow oil refinery voted overwhelmingly for strike action in a dispute over job. Unite said the workers recorded an “overwhelming” 96.2 per cent vote in favour of industrial action. A total of 14 days of strike action were announced. The union claimed Hoyer was proposing to make six of the 28 drivers employed on the contract redundant, despite the workers having worked throughout the pandemic. The company, they added, was increasingly using agency drivers to fulfil its delivery requirements.