they said if we got 100,000 names they'd think about it. But they've obviously not thought about it very long.
The factories in Manchester and Wigan provide printing, scanning and document management services. The Bolton factory manufactures electronic products.
Disabled jobs under threat as Remploy plans to close four Greater Manchester factories
"The government don't want any more people on the dole but where are we meant to go?"
The biggest jobs losses locally will be at Remploy's Oldham factory, which makes doors and windows. The site, in Ashton Road, employs 115 people, including 107 who are disabled.
The plan has also been slammed by trade union leaders, which have been fighting to save the factories.
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Another worker, who has been working for the firm over a decade but asked not to be named, said: "It has come as a shock to some people. But it was inevitable. God knows how we are going to find jobs."
Debbie Abrahams, MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth, said the proposal was a 'bitter blow'.
nobody wanted to work after it was announced. Morale dropped.
"They don't realise that a lot of these people are disabled and they'll find it really hard to get back into work."
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She added: "I will be pressing the government on when the factory will close, why workers are being given only 90 days to plan their future and what support is being given to workers to get another job."
She said: "Without individualised employment support there is a real risk they will become a lost generation, out of work for life, and that others will slip out of work unnecessarily."
who are made redundant.
Alan Maybury, 40, from Stockport, who has worked for Remploy for 10 years as a machine operator, said: "It sucks. The Stockport factory went the same way. We have come from there to here, worked here for so long and now it's happening again.
Phil Davis from the GMB union, said: "I never thought I would live to see the day that an organisation set up to provide sustainable employment for disabled people was being shut down."
Workers at the Oldham factory have spoken of their devastation at the news.
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Remploy said in a statement: "It is proposed that government funding for Remploy will come to an end as soon as possible, so that funding can instead by used to support more disabled people into mainstream employment."
A consultation has been launched with unions.
An independent review last year recommended that Remploy concentrate on helping people find work in the open labour market.
She said the decision to announce the news in a written statement in Parliament on the day MPs were debating the Queen's jubilee celebrations was 'contemptible'.
Maria Miller, the Minister for Disabled People, said the Remploy board was proposing to Air Max Nike 2014 Men close the sites by the end of the year because they were 'unlikely' to become financially independent.
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