Car giant Honda has been urged to reverse its decision to close its Swindon plant and cut 3,500 jobs during a protest march today (Saturday 30 March).
Hundreds of Honda workers were joined by community leaders and politicians marching through the town.
The protest is the second to have been organised by workers since Honda announced it will close the Swindon plant in 2021.
Unite, which organised the event, said more than 15,000 jobs will be lost in the supply chain as well as 3,500 at the factory.
A spokesperson from the union said thousands of people had come from across the UK and mainland Europe to join the march.
Speakers at the march included Unite’s general secretary Len McCluskey and Labour’s shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey.
A spokesperson from Honda said: