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Nissan has delayed pay talks with its UK workers until the government makes the terms of Brexit clearer. The announcement comes after the latest delay in Brexit negotiations as the EU demanded a second “backstop” to avoid a hard Irish border . Nissan built nearly a third of Britain's 1.67 million new cars last year at its Sunderland plant and has issued warnings about the impact of a no-deal Brexit on its operations. READ MORE. The Japanese vehicle maker was due to start negotiating over a new two-year deal with its employees this autumn but the talks have now been pushed back. “In agreement with our employee representatives, the 2019/2020 pay negotiations in our UK plant and technical c... Full story

15 October