FROM OUR MOTORING CORRESPONDENT The British Motor Corporation have now introduced estate car versions of the-Austin A.55 and the Morris-Oxford, giving them the names of Countryman and Traveller respectively.
MORRIS PRODUCTION RE-ADJUSTMENTS Re-adjustments have been made in the production programme at the Morris Motors works, Cowley, Oxford, which will reduce the output of some models and increase others, said […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT OXFORD, SEPT. 22 Production at the British Motor Corporation’s sports car factory at Abingdon, Berkshire, has been cut by about half but no one has been laid […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT COVENTRY, SEPT 21 Extensive short-time working is to be operated and some redundancy is likely at the Coventry factories of Standard- Triumph International Company Ltd. as a […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT COVENTRY. SEPT. 19 In the Midlands motor car industry today there were fears among thousands of car workers and union officials that harder times were returning. The […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT OXFORD, SEPT. 16 Five hundred Morris Minor assembly workers at Morris Motors, Oxford, were sent home at midday today because of a sit-down strike at one of […]
24 WORKERS STRIKE, 600 SENT HOME FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT SEPT. 12 An unofficial strike by 24 paint shop workers at Morris Motors, Cowley, Oxford, led to between 600 and 700 […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 7 About 1,000 vehicle builders employed at the British Motor Corporation’s car body factory of Nuffield Metal Products in Birmingham walked out on unofficial strike […]