Workers at an oil refinery are expected to learn later whether last-ditch union proposals could salvage the plant.
Thousands of jobs are under threat after the shock decision to close the operation at Grangemouth in Scotland, following a dispute over pay and conditions.
Owner Ineos said it would appoint liquidators within the next few days after the workforce was split 50/50 on a survival plan for the loss-making site, which included accepting a pay freeze and the closure of the final salary pension scheme.
Unite said it had made fresh proposals in a "last-ditch" effort to save the plant, which members are planning to present to Ineos at a meeting today, according to reports.
Grangemouth owners Ineos are in last ditch talks with the workers' union, but the workforce is just one of the problems facing the plant.
Thousands of jobs are under threat after a dispute over conditions led to a shock decision to close the petrochemical site in Grangemouth.