CORRECTED - UPDATE 1-GM UK says not been to British government for cash


(Corrects figure in last paragraph to 8 million pounds from 80) * Says does not need extra cash to stay afloat * Says avoiding redundancies among 5,000 staff the priority (Writes through, adds background) LONDON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - General Motors' UK division has not been to the British government for cash to help sustain its 5,000-strong workforce as it does not need financial help, a spokesman for the group told Reuters. "GM UK has not been to the British government for bail-out ...

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