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British Steel collapses threatening 5,000 jobs hours before Euro election

euronews Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Britain’s second-largest steelmaker has been forced liquidation as attempts continue to secure £75m (€85m) to help mitigate Brexit-related issues.
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