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G M Planning Job Cuts At Ellesmere - Strikes Called

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Wildcat strike at Vauxhall over job cut fears14:11, Mar 4 2008

by Chris Smith, Ellesmere Port Pioneer
VAUXHALL’S Ellesmere Port plant was hit by a wildcat strike this morning (Tuesday) amid fears of mass job cuts.
A handful of employees in the press shop staged the unofficial action in protest at what they believe are 460 redundancies planned by GM Europe.
On February 21 officials of the Unite union at the plant sent a letter to members saying they feared a “savage attack” on jobs there.

The evidence of recession builds daily. This may be the point at which Gordon will no longer be able to claim that his miracle economy is keeping full employment. Job losses will be grease to the HPC wheels. A sad but inevitable price for the decade of folly.

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Wildcat strike at Vauxhall over job cut fears14:11, Mar 4 2008

by Chris Smith, Ellesmere Port Pioneer
VAUXHALL’S Ellesmere Port plant was hit by a wildcat strike this morning (Tuesday) amid fears of mass job cuts.
A handful of employees in the press shop staged the unofficial action in protest at what they believe are 460 redundancies planned by GM Europe.
On February 21 officials of the Unite union at the plant sent a letter to members saying they feared a “savage attack” on jobs there.

The evidence of recession builds daily. This may be the point at which Gordon will no longer be able to claim that his miracle economy is keeping full employment. Job losses will be grease to the HPC wheels. A sad but inevitable price for the decade of folly.

The port's a bit of a shithole anyway, it could end up as a mini "Detroit on the Mersey"

Then again, if they're quick about it they should be applying for the BlueArrow employment agency jobs at Airbus.

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