Liberty Steel: Government must step in to save steel jobs, says Ed Miliband
18/03/2021 | news | business | 676
The shadow business secretary tells the BBC the company is too vital for the UK to collapse.
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18/03/2021 11:09:32 9 8
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Unfortunately the government only invests in slogans, not actual industries.
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18/03/2021 11:29:31 1 3
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Tell you what Mr Miliband; you finance it from your own pocket, borrowing the money as required.

Up for it?
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18/03/2021 11:38:51 16 6
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save the jobs and produce steel or wasteful unemployment , benefits sitting on backside because of no work , housing benefit, universal credit , high crime .
now the idiots of the comments below, so the Tory govt gives Nissan £80 million of tax payers wedge to Nissan to stop closure of its Sunderland plant.
moaners SHOULD try and get back the 12 billion wasted on track and trace, ya numpties
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18/03/2021 11:31:01 3 7
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He's a bit like Corbyn and many of the Left 'Intelligensia';

Student politics,
Uni drop out,
never had an actual job,
then an MP - Range Rovers and an instant expert.
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18/03/2021 11:46:09 4 2
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Wonder Tory rag spun that guff.
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18/03/2021 11:13:15 85 17
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Why doesn't Ed Milliband go and see the Welsh Labour Government and get this sorted in Wales to secure the Welsh steel Jobs?

Welsh Jobs, Welsh Steel and both Ed Milliband and the Welsh Government are Labour.
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18/03/2021 12:21:08 4 2
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1980`s -Outrage as Tories close coal mines

2020`s- Outrage as Tories open coal mine

World keeps turning...
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18/03/2021 13:31:08 1 3
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Whenever I see this man on TV i just laugh. He must be so disappointed in himself that his brother is quite successful and coherent, whereas he is just full of useless diatribe and comes across like a failure (which is what he is). Typical Labour politician having said that.
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18/03/2021 12:15:58 104 37
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The only thing Labour care about is how to attack the government, irrespective of whether this makes them look like hypocrites or just foolish.

Everything they do is opposition for opposition's sake. Look at the new crime bill for example.
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18/03/2021 13:52:14 5 5
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Who would listen to a guy who can't even manage a bacon sandwich?
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18/03/2021 15:41:40 4 4
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Nationalise everything.....They still haven't learnt that it never works!

Anyone seen the "Ed Stone" lately???
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18/03/2021 16:11:34 1 7
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Labour and their magic money tree as usual.
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18/03/2021 17:12:10 1 1
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David Millipede is New Labour (aka Tory Lite). Like the Evil Tories he really doesn't give diddly-squat about steel jobs or nationalization. New Labour were in power from 1997 to 2010 and didn't nationalize the steel industry.

Many steel workers vote for the Evil Tories so, if they lose their jobs, they voted for a rotten gov that, like Millipede, doesn't care about its people or job security.
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Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng who's parents came over as students from Ghana and stayed, Interesting.
It's a good job Pritti Patel has stopped that.
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