UK: Vauxhall accused of "crass insensitivity" over planned sales junket - unions
Vauxhall has been accused of "crass insensitivity" for planning a £500,000 trip to the Caribbean for sales managers despite cutting 2,000 car workers' jobs, reports the Ananova internet news service. The car firm, owned by General Motors of the US, called off the trip after announcing last week that car production was to end at its Luton plant.
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