Japanese carmaker Honda's confirmed it's closing a major plant in Swindon in England, with the loss of around 3,500 jobs.
Honda says it's due to "unprecedented changes" for the industry, and a need to speed up its "electrification strategy".
But the move comes with the UK yet to agree a Brexit deal, despite its exit from the European Union due to take place on March 29.
And it follows a decision by fellow Japanese carmaker Nissan to make its new X-Trail SUV in Japan, not the UK.
Reporter Adam Hurd is at the Honda factory in Swindon: