Members of the U.K.’s Amicus trade union begin a 24-hour strike today at Ford Motor Co.’s Land Rover division plants in Solihull and Gaydon, U.K. Union members at the plant voted in December to support the strike action after rejecting the auto maker’s offer to boost wages by 6.5% over two years. Workers say the pay deal would not give them parity with other Ford U.K. unionized workers, particularly those at Jaguar Cars. Amicus represents 2,500 workers at the two facilities. Union ...
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