The U.K.’s Amicus trade union says it will strike unless Land Rover agrees to resume talks over a pay dispute at two of its West Midlands, U.K., plants. A 24-hour work stoppage is set to commence at 6 a.m. Feb. 9 at Land Rover’s Solihull and Gaydon plants in the West Midlands region. Land Rover workers represented by Amicus at the two plants want a pay raise above the 6.5% offered by the auto maker. They are demanding parity with what Jaguar Car workers are making at nearby plants. Both ...

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