The alleged “sweetheart deal” offered by the Government in a letter to Nissan bosses will not be revealed, the Business Secretary has said.
Greg Clark told MPs he has a duty to protect the Japanese car giant’s commercially sensitive investment plans.
But Labour's shadow business secretary Clive Lewis demanded that the letter, sent to Nissan last week, be published.
Nissan announced last week that it will build two new models at its plant in the north east, securing the future of 7,000 jobs.
Labour's Keir Starmer said Government needs to 'come clean' about negotiations after Greg Clark revealed post-Brexit EU trade plans on TV.Read the full story ›
The Shadow Brexit Secretary said the government's reported 'sweetheart deal' with the car maker must be 'transparent and accountable'.Read the full story ›
They deny a 'sweetheart deal' - but a senior source told ITV News the government promised to support such firms in the event of Brexit.Read the full story ›
The decision is the first major announcement for the car industry since the Brexit vote and is expected to save around 7,000 jobs.Read the full story ›
The comments from car giant Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn were made following crunch talks on Brexit with Prime Minister Theresa May.Read the full story ›
The car maker is seeking a High Court injunction to stop Vote Leave using the company's logo in its EU referendum campaign literature.Read the full story ›
Nissan has disabled an app accompanying its Leaf cars after it was discovered it could be hacked, and used to control features on the car.Read the full story ›
Japanese car company Nissan has unveiled what is says is the world' first 'self-cleaning car'.
The new Nissan Note model comes coated in a special repellent paint which keeps off mud and dirt and may make trips to the carwash a thing of the past for some drivers.