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Jaguar workers vote against pay freeze

WORKERS at Jaguar’s Halewood plant have rejected the company’s pay offer changes, with 2,101 against and 1,878 in favour.

The Transport and General Workers confirmed the decision this morning.

A spokesman for the T&G said he would be meeting with Jaguar at a committee on Monday and no further statement would be issued until after that meeting.

Jaguar wanted staff to take a two year pay freeze, cut shifts and increase employee pension contributions.

Ford is currently reviewing its Premier Automotive Group and has been looking for a buyer for Jaguar for the past two months.

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