Jaguar Land Rover to cut 5,000 jobs

Up to 5000 jobs are expected to be cut by Jaguar Land Rover as apart of the two and a half billion pound cost-cutting plan.

Majority of the cuts are expected to be in middle management and some of the marketing areas.

The losses are likely to be blamed on concerns over Brexit as well as falling sales in China - and a drop in demand in diesel cars.

Motor Industry expert Professor David Bailey said: "There's a lot of uncertainty affecting the industry, and at a time when they're having to invest in new technologies, in particular, the shift towards hybrid and electric cars."

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