Two U.K. trade unions launch their latest publicity salvo against Ford Motor Co.’s decision to close Jaguar Cars’ Browns Lane assembly plant in Coventry by mid-2005. Amicus and the Transport and General Workers Union, both of which represent Jaguar workers, will demonstrate in Coventry the morning of Nov. 27. They’ll follow that up with a vote by members the week of Nov. 29 to determine whether Browns Lane workers should strike against Ford. The unions say Ford’s decision to close Browns ...

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