Felipe Bustos Sierra just got in touch with news of an amazing story about Scottish workers helping change a wee bit of history in Chile. He's a filmmaker based in Scotland, son of a journalist in exile from Pinochet and director of the film called Nae Pasaran. It's the story of Rolls Royce workers in the small town of East Kilbride who, six months after the Chilean coup of 1973, refused to repair and despatch Chilean Air Force engines. They belonged to the Hawker Hunter fighter bombers that fired rockets into the Presidential Palace on the day of the coup when elected president Salvador Allende and his men refused to surrender. The Scottish workers recognised the planes - all British-built - in the footage of the attack and knew they'd worked on the planes at one point or another. They felt a responsibility and solidarity with people like themselves, "imprisoned in stadiums for being part of a trade union". So the engines were left in crates in the Rolls Royce yard for four years.