A resolution to the Visteon car factory dispute in Belfast appears close tonight. Sacked workers who have been staging protests since the announcement to close the plant was made at the end of March have been offered a much improved redundancy deal. Union bosses claim it is worth 10 times their original package and have hailed the renewed offer from the employers as a great victory for the workforce. Visteon was set up in 2000 as a Ford spin-off and took over factories formerly owned by the car giant in Belfast and Britain. The 210 affected workers at the company are due to consider the offer before its put to a vote, possibly on Sunday.