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Plymouth Jobs Blow

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3:53pm 20th November 2012

Jobs are going in Plymouth after Hovis announced it is closing a distribution centre.

95 people will lose their jobs when the site on Burrington Road and another in Suffolk shut.

Owners Premier Foods says they have got to do something to secure the future.

3:53pm 20th November 2012

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