There has been widespread concern over the announcement that Rolls-Royce plans to cut 4,600 jobs over the next two years.
The company confirmed that 1,000 jobs will be lost at the headquarters in Derby and will happen this year.
The cuts are part of a major restructuring drive aiming to save £400 million a year.
- Effect on local businesses
The job cuts at Rolls-Royce cuts will be felt throughout community in Derby.
Lorraine serves employees for lunch at her sandwich shop, as well as the catering for Rolls Royce's social clubs and sandwich vans.
She says business worth £100 a day and the job losses could have a "significant impact" on her business
- The Government position
Business Secretary Greg Clark has said the Government will work with Rolls-Royce to make sure the "interests of the workforce are strongly represented".
Speaking during Urgent Questions in the House of Commons, he said:
Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey described the job losses at "deeply disturbing news for Derby".
She called on the company to "provide significant support for employees" and honour their previous commitments for no compulsory redundancies.
Chris Williamson, Labour MP for Derby North, raised concerns about the treatment of workers in his constituency:
Steve Turner, assistant general secretary of the Unite Union warned that the job losses will "cut too deep and too fast", could see "vital skills and experience lost" at Rolls-Royce.
There are also concerns about the impact for the whole of the East Midlands.