steel

  With Parliament in recess, political pundits could have been forgiven for thinking they would have a quiet week. How wrong
Tata's decision to sell its UK-based steelworks has prompted calls for the Government to step in and save it. Take our quiz
  With Parliament in recess, political pundits could have been forgiven for thinking they would have a quiet week. How wrong
Time is now of the essence. And the Prime Minister's reluctance to contemplate public ownership shows yet again a government putting misguided ideology above practical support for an industry - and communities - in need.
Coal mining and ship building shed thousands. Food and drink booming.
The crisis facing the British steel industry after Tata announced it is to sell its loss-making UK plants has prompted a
With the industry on the brink of collapse, the Government won't change its position
Anna Soubry says temporary re-nationalisation of Port Talbot site an 'option'
The Government is today still blocking an EU plan to tackle the flood of cheap Chinese steel into the UK, despite the industry
Even Tory MP Tom Pursglove, whose constituency includes the Corby works in Northamptonshire that is under threat, has urged