Jaguar Cars was at a standstill yesterday for. the second day due to the pay strike by its 7,000 labour force (the Press Association reports). Production stopped on Wednesday after disagreement over voting procedures at mass meetings at the three plants, two in Coventry and the other at Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.
The company said the procedures were unsatisfactory and would not rule out the possibility of conducting its own secret ballot.
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