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Welsh Affairs Committee
Committee holds a one-off evidence session on Wednesday 10 February 2016
The Welsh Affairs Committee holds a one-off evidence session on the steel industry in Wales. In January, following a fall in the European steel price, job losses were announced at the Port Talbot steelworks. The session will examine the future prospects for the industry in Wales and ask what support is being provided to those affected.
Evidence given by Stuart Wilkie, Director of Strip Products UK, and Tim Morris, Head of Public Affairs, Tata Steel Europe; Roy Rickhuss, General Secretary, and John-Paul McHugh, Assistant General Secretary, Community Trade Union (at 3.00pm); Rt Hon Anna Soubry MP, Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise, and Chris Hobley, Assistant Director, Business Enterprise, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (at 3.45pm).
Welsh Affairs Committee examines prospects for steel industry following the Port Talbot job losses