Carwyn Jones addresses assembly members
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Tata Steel crisis: 'Shoulder to shoulder' with workers

First Minister Carwyn Jones has said the British steel industry cannot be allowed to die, as assembly members reconvened to discuss the Tata crisis.

Assembly election campaigning was suspended for the crisis recall on Monday after Tata Steel UK went up for sale.

About 6,000 Welsh jobs are under threat, including more than 4,000 in Port Talbot.

Mr Jones promised the assembly's support for steel communities, standing "shoulder to shoulder" with them.

  • 04 Apr 2016
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