Government and industry must work with trade unions to unlock much-needed investment to create a world-leading, net zero steel sector, argues Common Wealth's Miriam Brett and Community's Alasdair McDiarmid
Port Talbot has been home to the steel industry since the early 1900s, playing an integral role in delivering local jobs and generating local investment. The identity, history and culture of the area is...
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