The closure of 27 Remploy factories is an abdication of the Government's responsibility to disabled workers, Labour says.
Shadow work and pensions minister Anne McGuire said ministers should have delayed the announcement for longer, giving workers at the 54 factories considered for closure longer to come up with viable business plans.
They believe ministers should have delayed for longer, giving workers longer to come up with viable business plans.
The Remploy factory in Southampton is due to close, whilst Poole's factory is being seen as a potentially viable business plan, so it'll be subject to further consultation.
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