The reshuffle of Britain's biggest coal producer has safeguarded 2,500 jobs across the UK.
UK Coal has split its operations into two businesses after the company, which generates around 5% of Britain's electricity requirements, slumped to a loss in the first half of the year as production at Daw Mill mine near Coventry plunged.
The new reshuffle is said to have safeguarded jobs at the Coventry-based mine.
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