A UNION chief promised to "leave no stone undeveloped" in his attempt to keep the plant going and stop thousands of people losing their jobs.
Following Honda's announcement to close his Swindon and endanger 3,500 jobs, Unite's National Automotive Officer told Des Quinn: "We recognize the global challenges Honda has outlined in its statement, but we do not accept this facility. , with its skilled and dedicated workforce, does not have a viable future.
"We are now entering a period of meaningful consultation with management to examine in detail the business case put forward by the company. We leave no stone to keep this plant and workforce at work.
"Although Brexit is not mentioned by the company as a reason for the announcement, we believe that the uncertainty created by the Tory government by its inactive and rigid handling of the Brexit negotiations is a snap in the background.
"If the government had delivered a strong and stable Brexit that protects the economy and jobs, we may have been in a completely different position today.
"We have met the company this morning and will meet representatives of the workforce on what is an extremely worrying time for our members and their families.
"The impact of a possible closure on the Wiltshire economy and more across the UK supply chain cannot be underestimated ̵
The Secretary of the Trades Union Congress owed the Prime Minister's Brexit uncertainty that the Honda facility was closed.
TUC Secretary General Frances O & # 39; Grady owed Brexit, for the decision, despite Honda, saying that Britain left the EU had nothing to do with the closure.
"The prime minister's refusal to agree on the table, puts thousands of jobs at risk. She must end this criminal Brexit uncertainty by extending Article 50 and letting go of her devastating red lines.
"Honda workers must not pay the prime minister's play to the hardlines in their party, and we urge Honda to sit down with Unite to discuss a way forward for the facility."