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British Steel seeks government loan for 'Brexit issues'

BBC News Tuesday, 14 May 2019
British Steel seeks government loan for 'Brexit issues'The steelmaker says it is seeking another government loan amid reports it is close to administration.
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News video: Brexit uncertainty blamed as British Steel seeks new £75m taxpayer loan to avert collapse

Brexit uncertainty blamed as British Steel seeks new £75m taxpayer loan to avert collapse 02:36

The government is drawing up contingency plans for the collapse of the UK’s second-biggest steel producer, Sky News learns.

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