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Some 1,100 of the 4,500 Jaguar workers in Coventry who returned to work on Wednesday alter a week long strike, were idle again yesterday. They have been laid off until Monday because of production dislocation caused by the strike, which resulted from two men working during the national one-day engineering strike on February 5.

Record production, 26 per cent higher than in the previous year , was reported at a meeting of the board of Jaguar Cars Ltd. yesterday.

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