Javid spent only 15 hours in Australia - having spent twice that time flying there - before being told to get back to the
The five things you need to know on Thursday March 31, 2016… Paul is on holiday. So this morning's WaughZone is written by
With the industry on the brink of collapse, the Government won't change its position
Banks were saved at massive cost when they faced difficult times and it was said to be in our economic interest. Steel has a huge impact on our manufacturing base in terms of production and employment, and the wider effect of a wave of closures would devastate supply chains as well as local and regional economies - not to mention the people and communities who rely on them. So we cannot turn our backs on them in their hour of need. The government must act now.
The Government is today still blocking an EU plan to tackle the flood of cheap Chinese steel into the UK, despite the industry
Thousands of jobs could be at risk...
Tata Steel is to sell its UK assets, placing thousands of British workers at risk of losing their jobs. Labour leader Jeremy
Labour MP Stephen Kinnock is not happy with Javid
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has been slammed for travelling to Australia while the fate of thousands of British steelworkers
Tory former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine has been called "insulting" and ignorant after saying it is "probably as