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A new push to save threatened jobs at the Bae Systems plant at Brough has been launched by the Hull Daily Mail.
The campaigning newspaper is demanding that the firm comes clean about the threats to the East Yorkshire aerospace company.
An open letter from editor John Meehan to BAe chief executive John Weston highlights the deep concern over the threat to jobs at Brough.
The move follows a campaign last year which saw partial victory – with 50 jobs saved when 850 people faced redundancy.
The Mail launched its Fair Deal for Brough campaign after it emerged that jobs mirroring the posts under threat were being advertised elsewhere. It called for the work to go to East Yorkshire.
The paper has now demanded BAe comes clean with its workforce over threatened job losses.
The fears have been prompted by a statement from the company to the City that it anticipated “sizeable” job cut to trim costs.