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Sun, 02 Feb 1986
Roy Hattersley MP of the opposition Labour party breaks the news in parliament that General Motors are in talks to buy Leyland Trucks...
Tue, 04 Feb 1986
DAILY EXPRESS But Channon insists It's good for jobs By Alan Cochrane Political Editor Talks about the American take-over of a large...
Wed, 05 Feb 1986
REUTERS Published: February 5, 1986 The Ford Motor Company is discussing a possible purchase of the Austin Rover division of BL P.L.C.,...
Thu, 06 Feb 1986
The government discontinues the Ford/Austin Rover talks.
Fri, 07 Feb 1986
DAILY EXPRESS REVERSE GEAR MAGGIE HALTS U.S CAR DEAL Tory Pressure Kills Off Austin Rover Sell Off By John Warden Political Editor...
Fri, 07 Feb 1986
GLASGOW HERALD Hugh Hunston examines the background to the marriage proposal that was probably always a non-starter Yesterday's announcement...
Sat, 08 Feb 1986
DAILY EXPRESS Rebel Tory MPs, celebrating the defeat of the planned Ford takeover of Austin Rover cars, are still furious at continued...
Wed, 19 Feb 1986
DAILY EXPRESS SIX BIDDERS IN QUEUE TO BUY LAND ROVER Rival Groups Fight to Head off U.S Swoop. By Alan Cochrane Deputy Political...
Sat, 22 Feb 1986
DAILY EXPRESS Leyland union chiefs threatened strike action yesterday. In the growing battle over the Land- Rover " sell-off."  The...
Sat, 22 Feb 1986
THE GUARDIAN LEYLAND BUS CHIEFS BID UNDERMINES SELL OFF PLAN By David Simpson, Paul Hoyland, and James Naughtie The Governments...
Tue, 25 Feb 1986
DAILY EXPRESS LAND ROVER MEN REJECT SALE TO U.S By Paul Wilenius Thousands of angry workers yesterday gave a huge thumbs down to...
 

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