Ford set to cut 550 UK jobs in Essex as part of operations restructuring

  Mail Online 
Originally it was suggested that 1,150 staff could be affected, though sources told City A.M. that it will be 500 to 550 'white collar, salaried employees' at Ford UK's headquarters in Essex.
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