The owners of the factory have won a possession order to remove the workers from the Newport occupation.
Vestas Wind Systems took legal action to end the boys on the balcony’s occupation and got their repossession order this morning.
Judge Graham White said he was satisfied that legal papers had been served on the 11 workers named.
Bob Crow, who was in court for the hearing, says the RMT would continue with its campaign to save the jobs. “The court has made its decision but we will continue with our campaign and the right to work on green energy jobs.”
Bob attacked both the company and the Government and said ministers had been “despicable” in not even meeting the workers or the union to discuss the possibility of other work going to the factory.
With five people now on the Cowes factory, the campaign continues. We will not be defeated so soon, comrades.