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Brexit means Government should ignore Brussels ban on bailing out steel industry, say MPsM

inisters should seize on Brexit as a chance to back Britain’s crisis-hit steel industry, MPs said. Quitting the EU means the UK can ignore Brussels rules ba

nning state aid to ailing sectors, the Government was

told. Tory Business Minister Anna Soubry believed now voters had delivered their referendum verdict, “we will see stability and a confidence return to the economy, and that will have a great impact on our steel industry”. Her claim came during a crunch Westminster Hall debate aimed at pumping certainty into the flagging industry, which has suffered the hammer blow of thousands of job losses over the past year. Business Select Committee chairman Iain Wright called on the Gov

ernment to speed up major infrastructure projects which could use British steel. Anna Soubry predicted a more stable economy would help the industry (Image: Getty) The Tories had beefed up rules making it easier to buy British - and placing orders would give firms such as Tata and Celsa confidence for the future, he said. “We need to

see that policy translated into ongoing orders and activities for s

teel producers and manufacturers,” said the Labour MP. “We really don’t need to worry about state aid any more, so we can use this as an opportunity to champion British steel.” Read MoreRelated ArticlesTheresa May must get to grips with Britains steel crisis straight away Labour’s Scunthorpe MP Nic Dakin said buying British was “vital for the future of the

steel industry”. He said: “The procurement opportunity of leaving the EU needs to be taken advantage of.” Stephen Doughty demanded solid assurances from the Government (Image: PA) Cardiff South Labour MP Stephen Doughty demanded “categorical assurances and actions” for the UK industry following the referendum Leave vote and as Theresa May takes over as Prime Minister. “We don’t want to hear more platitudes and we don’t want to hear more warm words,” said Mr Doughty. “The steel industry cannot afford to wait. This is a matter of national significance.” He warned it was “more

vital than ever” to give “a Brit

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r its heavy industry. The Mirror has campaigned to save the industry MPs also hailed the Mirror’s Save Our Steel campaign, which we launched last year

calling for help for the battered sector. Mr Doughty urged MPs to “pay tribute to the work of the Da

ily Mirror and their Save Our Steel campaign, because they have kept a focus on this issue - even today, even in the midst of eve

rything else is going on - making sure we all pay attention to what’s happening in the steel industry”. The Mirror called on David Cameron to act Keeping up pressure on the Government Shadow Business Minister Bill Esterson praised “the fine work of the Daily Mirror”. He added: “I know that their campaign has raised awareness amongst the wider public of just how important stee香港免费中待大全一肖 l is to the whole of the country.” Read More#SaveOurSteelSign the petitionBrian Reade visits RedcarWere on the scrapheapWorkers heartbreaking speechOpen letter to David CameronOur family traditionSteel workers open letterWe join Corbyn in ScunthorpeHop

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