The boss of the French carmaker that's looking to buy the Vauxhall van plant in Luton has given fresh hope that jobs will be safeguarded.
The PSA group that owns Peugeot wants to take over Vauxhall's parent company General Motors.
In a statement, PSA said it would 'respect existing agreements' - which includes around 1,000 staff who make the Vivaro van in Bedfordshire.
“PSA's ambition is to make the cooperation and the quality of relations with employee representatives a competitive advantage and a key factor in the success of the company,” PSA Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said.
Despite the assurances, the Luton MP Gavin Shuker wants the Government to do more.