WORKERS from the threatened Browns Lane Jaguar plant in Coventry will take their campaign against closure to the Paris Motor Show today.
A delegation of employees from the plant will lobby executives of Ford, which owns Jaguar, at the launch of its new Focus model.
Union members voted on Monday to back a ballot for industrial action in protest at the loss of production in Coventry, which will cost more than 1,100 jobs.
Amicus general secretary Derek Simpson pledged: "We will take our fight wherever and do whatever it takes to get Ford to reverse their decision."
Industry union T&G general secretary Tony Woodley said: "Ford needs to realise just how serious this is."
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