Ford workers to stop work in the U.K. LONDON — Ford Motor Co.'s U.K. professional staff will hold work stoppages at plants throughout the country to protest pay and pension offers they say are unacceptable. The 3,000 members of the Mfg. Science and Finance Union (MSF) will not report to work Feb. 24 and 29, and March 6-8. The move is in response to an 11% pay increase offered by Ford, which the unions say is less than the 15% hourly workers were offered. Additionally, the white collar ...

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