UK: Luton cuts could save other jobs - Vauxhall chief
Vauxhall chairman Nick Reilly has said that the 2,200 job losses at its Luton plant could save jobs at other UK plants, according to media reports. Contrary to popular belief in the wake of Ford's announcement of the end of British car making, the Vauxhall chief denied that the axe fell on his UK operations because it's easier to make people redundant in Britain than in Europe.
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