'To Expedite a Sale We Must Secure Order Book and Stand Up to China' Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock, Who Has Been at the Forefront of Labour's Response to the Steel Crisis, Gives His Analysis of the Announcement

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'To Expedite a Sale We Must Secure Order Book and Stand Up to China' Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock, Who Has Been at the Forefront of Labour's Response to the Steel Crisis, Gives His Analysis of the Announcement


I welcome this move from the British and Welsh governments. It is an indication of how far the British Government has moved in recent weeks and months, indeed, it is fair to say that it is a long-overdue U-turn.

This announcement has come as the result of the relentless pressure that Labour MPs and the steel unions have been exerting within and outside Westminster, exempli-fied by the fact that we have raised the issue 208 times in the chamber since the general election.

The British steel industry makes the finest steel that money can buy, and it is not surprising that a number of investors are interested in purchasing the business. The offer that the UK and Welsh governments are making today will enhance the attractiveness of the business even further, which is, of course, a very welcome development.

But this alone will not be enough to save our steel industry.

For a sale to be expedited as quickly as possible the British government must also step up to proactively reassure customers and secure the order book. …

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