The government is “doing everything it can” to save thousands of steel jobs – but there are “no guarantees of success”
The situation at Port Talbot is of “deep concern” and “steel jobs are vital” to workers’ families and the communities.
A “more nuanced” solution is needed in recognition of the global oversupply of steel
“Just continuing to produce steel for which there is not adequate demand isn’t the answer.”
The European Union is “a vital market for British steel.”
Britain is “having conversations with other Governments”
I’m sure that there is a word for the above type of rhetoric but I just can’t think what it might be! 🙂
p.s. Because the government appears to be treating the Port Talbot situation as some sort of surprise, here’s something I wrote FOUR MONTHS ago. See no.9……..http://www.spygun.uk/richard-ruzyllo/cameron-a-first-assessment