Honda move could accelerate UK's car decline

Honda move could accelerate UK's car decline
The Honda manufacturing plant in Swindon. Pic: Getty

The closure of Honda’s Swindon plant in 2021 - blamed on 'unprecedented' global changes - will end a manufacturing history that began in 1989 and lead to the loss of 3,500 jobs

Honda’s decision to end car-making in Britain casts a pall over the future of the UK auto industry after it recovered from near extinction just a few decades ago to become one of Europe’s top producers.

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