[Dominic has been describing the strikes and poor labour relations at British Leyland
When the Rover SD1 was launched in the summer of 1976, production ran at just 50% of capacity. Buyers had to wait up to nine months for their new cars to be delivered. Leyland's much-lauded "Car of Tomorrow, Today" was fast becoming "The Car of Today, Tomorrow - or maybe the day after". The Sun's cartoonist captured the common view of life at British Leyland.
[various close-ups of the cartoon
Mugs of cocoa. ...