Reports: Jaguar Land Rover's multi-billion pound Chinese venture gains approval
Reports in China suggest that West Midlands-based Jaguar Land Rover's $1.9 billion (£1.2 billion) venture with Chinese automaker Chery has gained approval from the National Development and Reform Commission.
JLR, which has factories in Castle Bromwich and Solihull, and Chery will build a new plant in Changshu (100km from Shanghai) which will produce 130,000 vehicles a year.
Officers investigating family murder return from China
Officers from Northamptonshire police who travelled to China in the hunt for murder suspect Anxiang Du have returned back to England. The Ding family were killed at their home in Wooton in April last year.
Unite officials said they have received assurances that investment and growth in the UK will continue. The Union said it will continue to remain watchful to ensure that the UK workforce is not compromised by global expansion.