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2,300 Jobs Go In Peugeot Closure

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this closure didnt make me sit up and shout OMG this is another closure!!!!!!

its becomming background noise

the economy is in great shape (gulp)

I am waiting for the mother of all collapse (insert company name here)

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this closure didnt make me sit up and shout OMG this is another closure!!!!!!

its becomming background noise

the economy is in great shape (gulp)

I am waiting for the mother of all collapse (insert company name here)

Pretty much expected, closing the French plant down would mean costly pay outs.....UK is the easy option.

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Looking back to when Rover went tits-up, I saw the most outlandish display of hypocricy imaginable... One minute folks were slagging off the nasty polluting car and the next they were all weeping over the loss of a car company. I wish they'd decide which side of the opinion divide they reside on and then stay there :rolleyes: What do they think will happen if we all actually do abandon our cars for public transport? It's hardly going to help the motor industry, is it?

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I said a long time ago about the midlands looking very bleak

Land rover next! thats not a prediction, its a fact! more than 2300 workers too

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Don't worry we have seen an end to boom and bust.

Asda will be creating some part time, check out jobs to take up the slack.

Noolabour told me so it must be true.

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One minute folks were slagging off the nasty polluting car and the next they were all weeping over the loss of a car company.

But that's official government policy. We're supposed to buy cars and petrol, but not actually drive them.

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