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Unite leader warns GM his union will not accept any Vauxhall job losses

Published on Wednesday 15th of February 2017 02:13:22 PM in Guardian

Len McCluskey, leader of the UK’s biggest union, has warned that it will oppose job losses at Vauxhall, as the chief executive of US parent company General Motors flew to Germany for talks about the sale of its struggling European car-making business.General Motors is in talks ...

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