Aberavon MP, Stephen Kinnock, has welcomed the results of a poll conducted by The Mirror which reveals that the public overwhelmingly support government intervention to protect the UK’s beleaguered steel industry. Continue reading
Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): The Secretary of State will be aware that the hard closure of the Redcar steelworks will cost hundreds of millions of pounds to secure the assets that are there, and the continued bad news on closures will cost hundreds of millions of pounds more, potentially running into billions. Continue reading
The Prime Minister is aware of the fact that the British steel industry faces a crisis and that massive dumping of Chinese steel is a major contributory factor. Continue reading
Following the Steel Summit held in Rotherham today, Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock said, 'For years now UK steel-makers have been trying to get the government to wake up and take notice of the growing crisis afflicting the steel industry, and to do something about it. To this end they have consistently been putting forward five 'asks', which are: Continue reading
Aberavon MP, Stephen Kinnock, will attend a summit hosted by Rt Hon Anna Soubry MP, Minister in the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, to discuss the serious challenges faced by the steel industry. The summit will take place on 16th October, in Rotherham, and will be attended by MPs of steel-making constituencies, Government departments, CEOs of UK steel makers and trade union leaders, as well as representatives of the Welsh and Scottish Governments. Continue reading
It is 10 minutes to midnight for the steel industry, the future of this vital foundation industry is hanging by a thread.
It is 10 minutes to midnight for the steel industry. The future of this vital foundation industry is hanging by a thread. Steel producers and workers need the full support of the Government, and they need it now. Continue reading
Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): The Port Talbot steelworks in my constituency accounts for over 4,000 jobs, but it is facing crippling energy bills. Does the Secretary of State agree that urgent action is now required to help the steel industry to reduce its energy costs? Continue reading
Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): What recent assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the Government’s strategic support for industries and sectors. Continue reading
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