Ford plant, later became the Visteon plant before closing down
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Visteon pensioners march on Westminster on anniversary

Former workers at the Visteon car parts factory in Swansea have taken their campaign over pensions to Westminster on the fourth anniversary of the company going into administration.

They say they lost out when Visteon collapsed and the factory shut in 2009.

They want the plant's former owner Ford to cover their losses, as the pensions were transferred from there to Visteon.

Ford says Visteon was an independent business that was responsible for its own decisions.

BBC Wales parliamentary correspondent David Cornock reports.

Visteon pensioners call for support

  • 13 Mar 2013
  • From the section Wales