Ford workers 'want answers' over plant
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Ford Bridgend workers 'want answers' over plant's future

The Unite union has given Ford management a two week ultimatum to produce a five-year plan for its engine factory in Bridgend.

General secretary candidate Len McCluskey met managers and shop stewards at the plant.

It is five months since Ford announced cut backs on its planned investment in the new Dragon engine but it said its 1,850 workers would not be affected.

Mr McCluskey told BBC Wales economics correspondent Sarah Dickins other European plants knew what was ahead.

  • 07 Feb 2017
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