Honda Civics made at the Swindon Honda Plant will be exported to the USA.
It comes just a day after the announcement Honda UK said it will secure thousands of jobs at the Wiltshire site by investing £200million in car production.
This significant announcement demonstrates the opportunity available to the Swindon operation and reinforces the quality and reliability of the product coming from our UK facility.
Labour's Ed Balls said today his new policy of cutting business rates for small firms would save each business an average of £400 a year.
In an interview with Ian Axton of ITV News he was asked if those same businesses could afford the £3000 per employee cost of increasing the Mimimum Wage to £8 an hour.
Honda has announced it's investing more than £200million in a new Civic model - which will be made at the factory in Wiltshire.
The company, which has had a difficult few years, says the investment will secure thousands of jobs at the Swindon plant.
Katie Rowlett reports.
Honda is investing over £200 million in a new Civic model - which will be made at the car manufacturer's plant in Swindon.
Over 3,000 people are employed at the factory, which will produce an estimated 120,000 cars a year.
The investment will secure thousands of jobs at the Swindon plant, which saw hundreds of job losses last year.
Businesses in Bristol have told ITV News they're moving out Clifton, which has been earmarked for the latest residents' parking zone.Read the full story ›
A survey has revealed nearly 85% of business owners are against Bristol's latest residents' parking zone which comes into effect on Monday.
Around a third of respondents also said the Clifton Village scheme has already led them to quit the area or was likely to.
Spencer Buck, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Taxi Studio, will be moving his 30 employees out of Clifton before the summer.
But Mayor George Ferguson, who is responsible for implementing the schemes across Bristol, today insisted feedback from other areas has been positive.
It damages us enormously. I'm deeply worried about the future of Clifton Village.
It's a micro-economy and it operates on a delicate basis. The scheme isn't right and I fear for the success of the business owners.
I think the area will degenerate. If people can't come in and park they will go elsewhere.
I acknowledge that change is challenging but recognise that the schemes require some people to change their travelling habits and will never be the perfect solution for everyone.
The issue is set for a stormy debate at Bristol City Council next Tuesday when campaigners will challenge the legality of the entire idea.
A Bristol start-up has been named one of the top 50 robotics companies to watch this year.
Open Bionics - based at Bristol Robotics Laboratory - has been ranked amongst Dyson, Google and Panasonic for its ground breaking work to create 3D-printed robotic prosthetic hands.
Open Bionics was chosen for the international list by the Robotics Business Review.
A former business analyst who quit his job in London to follow his love of beer says he is "thrilled" his freehouse has been named Pub of the Year by the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra).
Peter Tiley, 31, had never been behind a bar when he pulled his first pint at The Salutation Inn, known as the Sally, in the small village of Ham, Gloucestershire, two years ago.
Mr Tiley said the pub was a result of hard work by him and wife Claire, 32, a passionate local community and nine staff.
We feel incredibly lucky and we're very grateful to all the people who have made this pub such a good pub - it's not just us.
Everyone has contributed towards this pub in making it something very special - the locals, the staff, everyone has.
We don't do coffees, but we do really, really good beer. We aren't a coffee house, we are a pub.
Somerset band The Wurzels have released a new version of their classic 'Combine Harvester' song.
It's part of a new campaign by the National Farmers Union to reduce death and injury in the workplace.
The agricultural industry is the UK's most dangerous occupation - figures from the Health and Safety Executive show 27 people died in farm accidents in the year to April 2014.
Plans to establish a council-owned energy company in Bristol could be given the go-ahead today.
The aim of Bristol Energy is to offer people a viable and trusted local energy company, say organisers. If approved they could be providing power as early as this summer.