Sunday, February 22, 2009

Another day another failed

Astra plant named as car factory at risk of closure ‘within days'

CAR industry sources last night named Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant on the banks of the Mersey as the one a union boss claims faces imminent closure, with the loss of 6,000 jobs.

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5 thoughts on “Another day another failed

  • So we’ll soon se who is lying won’t we?

    The slimy non elected business jumped up skin crawling minister with a shady past or the union representative that is trying to protect 600 jobs!

    Remember they said no banks were in danger of collapsing – Lies
    They said that our banks were properlly regulated – Lies
    They said they wouldn’t put stamp duty on hold – Then did
    The said they had no intention of printing money – And now are

    This lot are in very grave danger, of making the Tories look respectable (they ain’t)

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  • oops 6000 jobs…

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  • I thought Ellesmere Port was a drink?

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  • Arthur Godsake says:

    well it would be – that’s tony woodley’s home plant. if there were problems there, he would know

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  • Knew it was this plant three days ago but have kept quiet about it and resisted the temptation to name it as it is in my Manor to avoid a lynching. The plant has been on the edge of a precipice so to speak for years and is saddled with the manufacture of a fleet/hire car that has fell out of favour with commercial buyers and is an unglamorous poor value buy for private ones. When the union stated 6000 jobs it was a dead giveaway as this is the figure quoted in many EU economic documents, I’m surprised it actually took the journo’s so long for one of them to break cover and name it.

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