* Unions accuse British government of inaction * Mandelson says government prepared to offer financial help * Job losses could cause political backlash By Adrian Croft LONDON, May 28 (Reuters) - Unions accused the British government on Thursday of allowing the fate of General Motors' European operations to be decided in Germany and of not doing enough to protect nearly 5,000 British jobs. Negotiations over the future of GM's European business are straining the unity of European ...
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