By stephen mahon
There is a glimmer of hope for the town of Grangemouth this afternoon as crisis talks between Ineos and Unite have reopened.
It is hoped an agreement can be met within the next 24hours.
Lisa Moir reports live from the site.
Live report from Grangemouth Chemical Plant, where talks between Union bosses and the owners of the plant have become more positive over the course of today.
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As the Grangemouth dispute continues a glimmer of hope have been presented by the most recent talks.
Stuart Iversen reports from the location.
Up to 800 jobs could be lost if Ineos does not reverse decision to close the petrochemical plant in Grangetown complex.
By Jonathan Davis
The future of Grangemouth Petrochemical Plant took an upward turn today as union leaders confirmed they are in talks with chemical giants, Ineos to ensure the survival of the site.
All 800 employees of the Grangemouth facility were told on Wednesday they would be left jobless after Ineos announced plant’s impending closure.
However, their may be hope yet, as recent developments suggest both parties are hopeful of a more positive resolution.
Jonathan Davis reports from Grangemouth.
By Fraser Ryan
Union bosses today announced that they are in talks to save the Grangemouth Petrochemical plant from closing next year.
Plant owners Ineos announced on Wednesday that the plant would shut down next year leaving 800 employees without jobs.
The Unite Union’s u-turn may now give Ineous reason to think again.
Fraser Ryan reports from Grangemouth
Yesterday the Grangemouth petrochemical plant looked set to lose 800 jobs and close down for good. However, a new move by union Unite could save the site.
by Alex Watson
The future of Grangemouth chemical plant hangs in the balance today, as crisis talks continue between owner Ineos and Unite workers union.
by Nicola Brown
Hopeful outcome after crisis talks with Union leaders over Grangemouth petrochemical plant.
Yesterday, it looked as if there was set to be no happy ending for employees at Grangemouth Petrochemical Plant. But a surprising u-turn by Unite today has brought new hope for the 800 jobs under threat.
Alicia Simpson reports: