Talks due in bid to resolve Visteon dispute

Talks due in bid to resolve Visteon dispute

Talks are due to take place in London today in an effort to end a dispute at three plants operated by the car parts company Visteon, including one in Beflast.

Almost 600 workers are set to lose their jobs - 210 of them in the North - following a decision to put the company into administration.

The employees have been staging protests for the past few weeks, including sit-in demonstrations at the three plants in Belfast, Enfield and Basildon.

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