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The chief executive of Vauxhall-owner PSA says it could move all production from its Ellesmere Port factory if Brexit makes it unprofitable.

Carlos Tavares told the Financial Times that the carmaker has alternatives to the plant which it could use.

The move would probably lead to the closure of the site, the FT said, threatening 1,000 jobs.

That would leave Vauxhall's Luton-based van plant as its last presence in the UK.

"Frankly I would prefer to put it [the Astra car] in Ellesmere Port, but if the conditions are bad and I cannot make it profitable, then I have to protect the rest of the company and I will not do it," Mr Tavares told the paper.

"We have an alternative to Ellesmere Port."

Labour has finally agreed a position on Brexit and agreed to back a People’s Vote. Three years after the referendum, the official opposition say they have ‘agreed a settled Brexit position.’ In a statement, they said: ‘The Labour Party will now challenge whoever emerges as the leader of the Conservative Party to have the confidence to put their deal to the people in a referendum, with remain on the ballot, in which Labour would campaign for remain.’ This story is breaking and will be updated.

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I think the ONLY thing that these figures prove is that the electorate don’t like the way the house of commons has been squabbling over Brexit which has lead to the mess we are now in. -

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  • This means the next prime minister is likely to be a Hard Brexiteer who supports leaving without a deal.
  • However, pro-Remain parties collectively won the biggest share of the vote.
  • The polarised result means Britain's Brexit crisis will only deepen.
  • The UK could soon be heading for a general election or a second referendum.

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The story of Brexit So Far

Feb 2016: Prime minister says UK should be allowed to vote on EU membership

Jun 2016: EU referendum result day: As it happened

Mar 2017: The UK is officially on its way out of the EU

Nov 2018: EU approves withdrawal agreement

Dec 2018: Theresa May wins vote to keep her job

Jan 2019: 432 MPs vote against May's Brexit deal

Feb 2019: Will Britain's exit from the EU be delayed until May?

March 2019: Brexit is delayed



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