LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Workers at Ford Motor Co's British luxury brand Jaguar will start voting next week on whether to strike over plans to end car production at its main plant and cut 1,150 jobs, a union said on Wednesday. Members of the Amicus and the Transport and General Workers' (T&G) unions at Jaguar's Browns Lane plant in Coventry begin voting on Monday in a ballot on industrial action that runs until December 13, T&G said. The vote will follow a march through ...
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