Ministers bid to save 800 Vauxhall jobs at Ellesmere Port


Ministers enter intensive meetings in bid to save 800 jobs at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant in Cheshire

Ministers have entered intensive meetings in a bid to save 800 jobs at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant in Cheshire. 

Senior executives at Stellantis, Vauxhall’s parent company, will decide the future of the plant tomorrow, marking a critical moment for Britain’s post-Brexit manufacturing. 

Uncertain future: The meeting will determine whether the factory gets investment to build new models

Uncertain future: The meeting will determine whether the factory gets investment to build new models

The meeting will determine whether the factory gets investment to build new models, The Sunday Telegraph reported. 

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has been personally involved in meetings to persuade Stellantis to build a new version of the Astra and electric models in the UK. 

Stellantis said: ‘We are analysing the different options.’ 



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