Daily Express|July 10, 2020
The engine-maker said that around two thirds of the workers will leave the business by the end of next month.
The news comes seven weeks after Rolls-Royce said that it would slash 9,000 jobs across its global workforce, warning that UK factories were set to be the worst hit. The Derby-based maker of plane engines had already been facing problems before the virus pandemic dealt a serious blow to the economy.
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July 10, 2020