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Tue, 01 Jan 1974
The Three-Day Week was one of several measures introduced in the United Kingdom by the Conservative Government 1970-1974 to conserve...
Wed, 02 Jan 1974
By R. W. Shakespeare The motor industry looks as if it is going to find itself right away in the front line of union and shopfloor...
Mon, 07 Jan 1974
British Leyland, the biggest of the car companies, averages £32m worth of vehicle production a week in normal times, ranging from Minis...
Mon, 07 Jan 1974
Lofty England leaves Jaguar The British motor industry will be poorer as a result of the fading from the scene of the former Lancaster...
Tue, 08 Jan 1974
By R. W. Shakesneare The three-day week arrangements brought a fresh problem for British Leyland at its plant at Cowley, Oxford, yesterday....
Fri, 11 Jan 1974
Lord Stokes, chairman of British Leyland, yesterday appealed to his 170,000 United Kingdom employees to work with management to pull...
Wed, 16 Jan 1974
At Cowley, British Leyland's troubles are centred on a claim by 3,000 "indirect" workers, the men who provide essential back-up services...
Wed, 16 Jan 1974
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD By a special correspondent in London At only 34 a man who entered the motor industry by accident has been given...
Thu, 17 Jan 1974
By R. W. Shakespeare As British Leyland's Austin-Morris car plant at Cowley, Oxford, begins its first vehicle production of the week...
Sat, 19 Jan 1974
By R. W. Shakespeare Three-day week operations at British Leyland's Austin-Morris assembly plant at Cowley, Oxford. have been halved...
Tue, 22 Jan 1974
British Leyland's associate company in Turkey, BMC Sanayi, is spending £3m to increase output of lorries, vans and tractors. It already...
Wed, 30 Jan 1974
By R. W. Shakespeare After the Government's announcement of changes in the three-day working week arrangements, British Leyland has...
 

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