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It's 10 years since MG Rover closed their Longbridge plant. 6,500 workers lost their jobs with the collapse of the company.
Nine-week-old Jason Pearson with parents Geraldine and Kevin join the wives and children of MG Rover workers as they leave for their journey to meet Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair at Downing Street to take their opposition to job cuts to the heart of Government. April 2005
Workers outside the Longbridge plant April 2005
Longbridge April 2005 A worker arriving at Rover Longbridge plant, Birmingham.
Official receivers for Price Waterhouse Coopers Tony Lomas, left, and Ian Powell hold a press conference at the MG Rover factory in Longbridge - Friday April 15, 2005.
A Union Flag flutters at half-mast outside the main gates at the MG Rover factory in Longbridge April 2005
Locked gates at the Longbridge plant. 16th April 2005
Rover car drives past closed Longbridge site 2009
Closed Longbridge site in 2009
Smashed windows at the closed Longbridge site in 2009
Four years later cobwebs grow on the locked gates at the Longbridge plant.