Workers at Jaguar Cars have voted overwhelmingly to oppose the closure of the Browns Lane plant and are backing a call for an industrial action ballot, officials of two trade unions say. The Transport and General Workers Union and Amicus say 86% of the workers have supported union action to try to reverse Ford Motor Co.’s decision to close the plant next year. (See related story: Jag to Shutter Browns Lane; Plans Aluminum XK) Amicus says meetings held at Jaguar’s Browns Lane, Castle ...

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