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Ford to close Bridgend engine plant with 1,700 job losses

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Ford to close Bridgend engine plant with 1,700 job losses

Ford to close Bridgend engine plant with 1,700 job losses

Workers at Ford's engine plant in Bridgend have been told the facility will close next year, leading to the loss of 1,700 jobs.

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