WHEN an employers’ trade group as substantial as UK Steel launches a no-holds-barred attack on David Cameron’s government, it signifies difficult times ahead for the Tories.
When that attack is unleashed just as Business Secretary Sajid Javid is travelling to pay a belated...
Saturday 2nd Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
The industry needs nationalisation and public investment to secure 40,000 jobs – but Cameron won’t do it, writes MICHAEL BURKE
posted by Morning Star in Features
PM jets off to Washington while future of British steel hangs in the balance
Friday 1st Apr 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
DAVID CAMERON’S refusal to accept Jeremy Corbyn’s demand to recall Parliament is an insult to thousands of steel workers and their families who are worried sick for the future.
The decisions of Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Chancellor George Osborne to take their time...
Cameron denies Corbyn request to recall Parliament as Javid says No to nationalisation
Thursday 31st Mar 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
NOTHING must be allowed to stand in the way of decisive action to defend steelmaking in Britain, especially the massive Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot.
When Britain’s private banking network went belly up because of its own reckless greed, New Labour, backed by Tories, Liberal...
STEEL bosses marching with their workforces in Brussels yesterday claimed they had been forced to make job cuts because their firms were “running out of steam.”
Questioned by the Star in Brussels’s Parc du Cinquantenaire, Tata Europe chief executive Karl Koehler...
Tuesday 16th Feb 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
TORY grandee Francis Maude is to quit his role as Trade Minister after less than a year in the job, the Business Secretary revealed yesterday.
Sajid Javid gave the news on the day new data revealed that Britain’s trade gap widened by a record £125 billion last year.
Thursday 11th Feb 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Cabinet butter up toffs at black and white ball
Wednesday 10th Feb 2016
Conservative governments have let British industries crumble. Unions are stepping in to save our steel – and Labour must help, writes TONY BURKE
Tuesday 24th Nov 2015