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1,000 Jobs Under Threat At Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port Plant

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Guest Bart of Darkness

Never mind, if they've got any gumption they'll use their redundency to buy and flip property for a living. Probly end up better off.

Free money, free money!

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Looks like they are going :(


General Motors (GM) has confirmed that it is considering axing 1,000 jobs in the UK this year.

The group hopes to cut production of the Vauxhall Astra model at its plant in Ellesmere Port, Merseyside, GM Europe chief Carl-Peter Forster said.

On Monday, GM said it was reviewing production capacity across its three Astra plants in Europe as it expects demand for the car to decline.

GM is in talks with unions who want to spread the cuts across Europe.

Amicus has said that simply cutting jobs in the UK "makes no sense" and called for cuts to also take place at Astra plants in Belgium and Germany.


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