LONDON — Union workers at Ford Motor Co.'s doomed Dagenham plant aren't going down without a fight. Protesting a plan to stop car production at the plant, representatives of the Transport and General Workers Union say they will ask members to vote on a strike at the plant. The votes will be taken after the company's annual shutdown in August. The strike, which would take place at the end of August or in early September, would stop car and component production at the plant and could quickly ...
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