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British Steel collapses putting 5,000 jobs at risk

BBC News Wednesday, 22 May 2019
British Steel collapses putting 5,000 jobs at riskBritish Steel to enter insolvency, putting 5,000 UK jobs directly at risk and a further 20,000 in the supply chain
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News video: Labour call for 'business as usual' at British Steel

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Thousands of jobs are at risk as British Steel is set to go into insolvency. The shadow business secretary has called on Business Secretary Greg Clark for, "stability and assurance that they will do all they can in government to ensure business as usual continues". Rebecca Long-Bailey added: "I want...

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