STRIKE STOPS 1,300 JAGUAR WORKERS
Thirteen hundred production workers at Jaguar Cars Ltd., Coventry, were sent home yesterday after an unofficial one-day token strike by 20 men in the automatic chrome plating plant. The strikers have demanded a change in their methods and rate of pay. The company said they had made several offers during constitutional procedural discussions each of which was rejected. A meeting on Tuesday had been adjourned.
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