Blair meets with unions over Jaguar job cuts


LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Union members met with British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Wednesday about Ford 's plans to cut 1,150 jobs at its main Jaguar plant in Coventry. Three unions representing workers at the plant said in a joint statement that Blair and Chancellor Gordon Brown "called upon the company to have further discussions with the workforce and community representatives, including giving the trade unions the opportunity to present alternative plans." Union members at the ...

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