The Unite Union is stepping up its campaign to save the jobs of a hundred black cab manufacturers in Coventry.
The parent company LTI has called in administrators to the loss-making firm as the search continues for a buyer.
A hundred jobs are on the line. Tomorrow black cab taxi drivers in London will join a rally in support of the union who want the jobs to remain in the UK.
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