Jaguar Land Rover begins Brexit shutdown as sales fall

UK’s four main manufacturing sites, employing 18,500 people, closed from Monday to Friday

Jaguar Land Rover has begun its week-long factory shutdown as part of its plans for Brexit, on the day the company posted lower sales in Europe and China.

JLR’s four main UK manufacturing sites – at Castle Bromwich, Solihull and Wolverhampton in the West Midlands, and Halewood in Merseyside – which employ 18,500 people, are closed from Monday until Friday.

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