Nissan in headlines: Part 3 of our look back at the Echo's coverage of the Sunderland car plant as Brexit unfolded
Car giant Nissan first opened its Sunderland plant in 1986, to serve European markets.
in 2016, in a referendum called by the Conservative government, the United Kingdom voted by 52-48 to leave the European Union.
A rocky road of negotiations and parliamentary debate began, with Nissan among a number of businesses stressing the importance of a UK-EU trade deal.
Here’s the the final part of our series showing how the Sunderland Echo covered news from Nissan’s Wearside plant during that period.