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Vauxhall maker says Brexit deal must be renegotiated or it could shut UK plant

Stellantis says it can no longer meet trade rules on sourcing of parts in Britain or EU after rise in raw material costs

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The Vauxhall and Fiat manufacturer Stellantis has urged the government to renegotiate rules in the Brexit deal that it says could force it to shut some of its UK operations, putting thousands of jobs at risk.

The world’s fourth-biggest carmaker, which also produces Citroën and Peugeot vehicles, said only two years ago that the future of its electric car plants in Ellesmere Port and Luton were safe.

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