Rolls-Royce has come under fire today for announcing job losses.
The union, Unite, says as many as 320 jobs are being axed, including jobs at the firm's site in Derby.
The company says the number of people it employs will remain constant or grow in the coming year.
However, they also added that with more people in frontline engineering and production jobs, there will be fewer needed in support functions.
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