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Coventry-based Jaguar Land Rover is  to shed 4,500 jobs it has been revealed.

Stafff were briefed at the company's UK sites this afternoon and the company revealed the news soon after.

It comes on the back of job losses announced at the luxury car maker at the end of last year.

Twelve days before Christmas, hundreds of agency jobs were reported to have been cut at the car maker.

Earlier today, the BBC reported the firm would announce it is cutting thousands of jobs - mainly in management, marketing and administrative roles.

The company is also revealing its sales for 2018, the business outlook for this year, an update on cost savings and planned investment in UK plants.

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