Former workers at the Visteon car parts factory in Swansea, whose pensions were hit when the company went into administration, have agreed a compensation deal with motoring giant Ford.
In April, Ford - which used to run the plant at Swansea and several others in England - made a multi-million pound offer to workers, and the Unite union confirmed today that workers have accepted the offer.
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