Remploy factory workers 'angry and scared' of job cuts

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Hundreds more workers in Remploy factories have been told they face compulsory redundancy.

875 employees, including 682 with disabilities, risk losing their jobs because Remploy has announced that it will sell off or close its remaining factories.

The GMB union's Phil Davies has called the news "devastating" while Remploy worker Rob Curry told BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire that he was feeling "angry and frightened" that he could lose his job.

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